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Definition of "endeavoring" []

  • Present participle of endeavor. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "endeavoring" in a sentence
  • "We are talking about a lot more issues ... broader issues, that bring two of the most powerful and influential nations together in endeavoring to do something proactive and aimed at creating greater peace."
  • "Shortly after my division had rallied on the low hills already described, I discovered that the enemy, instead of attacking me in front, was wedging in between my division and the balance of the army; in short, endeavoring to cut me off from Chattanooga."
  • "She on her part spent her week in endeavoring to grow a perfect rose of a certain golden species, and her heart was given wholly to her father and her flower."
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