Thesaurus / undertakes


This matter is so important that the man who undertakes it and fails should suffer death.

Now any one who undertakes to encourage invention must necessarily make mistakes.

In a word, his business affairs are capably managed and whatever he undertakes he carries forward to successful completion.

But he must justify this argument by being thorough in what he undertakes.

If France undertakes, solely, the competition against them, she must do it at equal expense.

Tranio is equal to the occasion, and undertakes to frighten the inconvenient parent away again.

Greek and Roman Ghost StoriesLacy Collison-Morley

A wife's manner seldom is pleasant when she undertakes to tell what she considers 'truths' to her husband.

Dracula's GuestBram Stoker

It is necessary for me to feel absolute confidence in the person who undertakes it.

The MissionerE. Phillips Oppenheim

I thought myself courageous and strong; but it must be thus with every conspirator who undertakes what I have done.

The Regent's DaughterAlexandre Dumas (Pere)

The wretched bachelor who undertakes to look after a houseful of children like you is to be pitied.

The Story GirlLucy Maud Montgomery

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