enter upon

[ en-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF enter upon

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTER UPON

But when the morning came he found the task a difficult one to enter upon.

This is not, however, the place to enter upon this question.

You cannot enter upon these considerations, and have no manner of business with the ceremony.

Whence she came, and how she became such, we are not about to enter upon.

"I'll not enter upon that question," said his Lordship, smartly.

“But he is not of age to enter upon and hold the land now,” said his father, stiffly.

Our colonial ancestors did not enter upon their war originally for independence.

On the 10th July, 1861, I left Richmond to enter upon this duty.

This premised, and I trust accepted, let us enter upon our task.

An opportunity was soon afforded him to enter upon a military career.

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