Effort [noun]

Definition of Effort:

work, exertion

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Sentence/Example of Effort:

That’s a view that most nonreligious Americans reject, which is likely a part of the reason that their support for Biden is so high, despite the campaign’s minimal outreach efforts.

The United States greatly appreciates their efforts and transparency.

This was part of a larger effort by Kroc and former McDonald’s chairman Fred Turner to identify entrepreneurs who were commercially minded and driven to succeed.

A who’s who of celebrities plans to boycott Instagram tomorrow in an effort to pressure its parent company, Facebook to do a better job of controlling violence, racism, and hate across its services.

My Bay Area neighborhood, on the other hand, has benefited from consistent investment in efforts to defend it against the ravages of climate change.

Huang said a priority will be investing in Arm’s efforts to design chips for data-center computing.

Concerns that the country can’t afford much more spending have been voiced by officials from both political parties in recent weeks, as stimulus efforts ground to a halt.

The remaining one struggled for another half-minute, and flared up in one last, desperate effort.

He had seen the act committed, he felt sure but had made no effort whatever to stop the thief.

I shall therefore, in my effort to prove the Bible fallible, quote almost wholly from Christian critics.