Synonyms of endeavour in English:

endeavour


See definition of endeavour

verb

1‘the company endeavoured to expand its activities’

SYNONYMS
try, attempt, venture, undertake, aspire, aim, seek, set out
strive, struggle, labour, toil, work hard, try hard, exert oneself, apply oneself, do one's best, do one's utmost, give one's all, be at pains
work at, try one's hand at
informal slog away, give something a whirl, have a go at, have a shot at, have a stab at, give something one's best shot, do one's damnedest, go all out, bend over backwards, break one's neck, bust a gut, move heaven and earth
formal essay

noun

1‘an endeavour to build a more buoyant economy’

SYNONYMS
attempt, try, bid, effort, trial, venture
informal go, crack, shot, stab, bash, whack, whirl

2‘after several days of endeavour he completed the task’

SYNONYMS
striving, struggling, labouring, struggle, labour, hard work, hard slog, effort, exertion, application, industry
pains
informal sweat, blood, sweat, and tears, elbow grease
British informal graft
Australian, New Zealand informal yakka, hard yakka
archaic travail, moil

3‘what you are proposing is an extremely unwise endeavour’

SYNONYMS
undertaking, enterprise, venture, pursuit, exercise, activity, exploit, deed, act, action, move
scheme, plan, project
informal caper