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"Endeavor" is the US spelling of the word and it is only used as a verb, referring to the action of trying very hard to do something. Definitely choose to use this word if you are talking in American English."

Bollocks n Balderdash!
What British Know-Nothing taught you that?

"Endeavor" is used EXACTLY in the same ways in AE as in BE; it merely is spelled without the "u".

That is all. For example, Americans write/say, "Good luck in your future endeavors" just as the Brits do.

Kindly rewrite this seriously flawed article if you want to continue to claim to be a linguistic expert....

2 years ago


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