Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. One who makes an effort or attempt.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who makes an effort or attempt.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who makes an effort or attempt.

Etymologies

endeavor +‎ -er (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • No offense but it appears to me that the only real pupose to the rss-adviosory boards latest endeavorer is to control the market by controlling the conversation.

    Notes for groups interested in RSS « Scripting News Annex

  • I do not know of any novels that a young endeavorer in fiction could more profitably read than his for their large and simple method, their trust of the reader’s intelligence, their sympathy with life.

    Criticisms and Interpretations. II. By W. D. Howells

  • You overlooked a roll of bills in your haste and I'm not the sort of fellow to see an earnest endeavorer get the worst of it.

    Brewster`s Millions

  • You over-looked a roll of bills in your haste and I'm not the sort of fellow to see an earnest endeavorer get the worst of it.

    Brewster's Millions

  • I do not know of any novels that a young endeavorer in fiction could more profitably read than his for their large and simple method, their trust of the reader's intelligence, their sympathy with life.

    My Literary Passions

  • However, I do not imagine that it was a very smiling time for any literary endeavorer at home in the life-and-death civil war then waging.

    Literary Friends and Acquaintance; a Personal Retrospect of American Authorship

  • We talked of what we had done, and each said how much he liked certain thing of the other's; I even seized my advantage of his helplessness to read him a poem of mine which I had in my pocket; he advised me where to place it; and if the reader will not think it an unfair digression, I will tell here what became of that poem, for I think its varied fortunes were amusing, and I hope my own sufferings and final triumph with it will not be without encouragement to the young literary endeavorer.

    My First Visit to New England (from Literary Friends and Acquaintance)

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