Initiatives [noun]

Definition of Initiatives:

eagerness to do something

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Sentence/Example of Initiatives:

The line of human improvement and the expansion of human life lies in the direction of education and finer initiatives.

Unco-ordinated human initiatives lead to nothing but social chaos.

It was an age of political division indeed, but of very great intellectual initiatives.

I know nothing that so much confirms your philosophy as this spectacle of an accumulation of individual initiatives all preserved.

The role of parents and teachers is to call forth and welcome the personal responses and initiatives of their children.

And so tonight, I propose two new initiatives to help more Americans afford their own insurance.

America is leading the fight against global poverty, with strong education initiatives and humanitarian assistance.

Such unsuccessful initiatives are lowering the consideration of that statesman who makes them.

Lady Paton was left to take all the initiatives, and behind her mother Camelia smiled with an air of happy obscurity.

Given an immense body of opinion initiatives may break out effectively anywhere; failing it, they will be fruitless everywhere.