Thesaurus / exploits


Business, eager for gain, exploits this demand for stimulation, and social contagion spreads the restlessness of our population.

Rural Problems of TodayErnest R. Groves

The little Mexicans, aware of a certain mental apathy, had not enviously regarded the exploits of the "smart" Americans.

A Prairie InfantaEva Wilder Brodhead

These pictures, Mills said, were painted by the chiefs themselves, and depicted the life history and exploits of each warrior.

Boy Scouts in Glacier ParkWalter Prichard Eaton

Many dramatic stories are told of his exploits, but they rest for the most part on slender foundation.

Arrived in London we were taken forthwith to the Admiralty, and there interrogated by the authorities as to the Wolf's exploits.

Five Months on a German RaiderFrederic George Trayes

Of his exploits in archery Saxo has an account in his tenth book.

Canute the GreatLaurence Marcellus Larson

Afterwards the conversation turned upon Kimon's exploits, and each mentioned what he thought the most important.

Plutarch's Lives, Volume IIAubrey Stewart & George Long

They had great confidence in his ability, for his exploits had made him famous.

Three Sioux ScoutsElmer Russell Gregor

He cuts a considerable figure in many romances; but in one, appropriated more exclusively to his exploits, he “surpasses himself.”

The exploits of the lieutenant and the boys soon became the talk of the camp.


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