The bold and sufficient pursue their game with more passion, endeavor and application, and therefore often succeed.
Imitation is the endeavor of a later poet to write like one who has written before him on the same subject.
Labor is a continued endeavor, or a succession of endeavors.
, v.i. endev'or. To exert physical strength or intellectual power, for the accomplishment of an object; to try; to essay; to attempt. In a race, each man endeavors to outstrip his antagonist. A poet may endeavor to rival Homer, but without success. It is followed by after before a noun; as, the christian endeavors after more strict conformity to the example of Christ.
1. v.t. To attempt to gain; to try to effect.
It is our duty to endeavor the recovery of these beneficial subjects.