English words and Examples of Usage

use "strive" in a sentence

He's done something that all local boys would really strive to do.

Gemini: You can strive for excellence or waddle over to mediocrity.

We strive every year to make every episode an experience, Howerton said.

Is there a motivational quote out there that helps you strive to succeed?

It's a miserable cycle to be in. Save your money and strive to get ahead.

He said: “You have to look at it (the play-off positions) and strive for it.

How scorn, how hate, how strive, we too, Who must do so soon as those others do?

The strategy is simple--just do what you love to do, strive to be the best at it.

Competitors strive to complete 26 miles and almost as many glasses of local wine.

When you play it out, it doesn't exactly seem like something to strive for.

But the premiers might have more incentive to posture than to strive toward agreement.

All journalists should strive to be impartial, whatever their opinions, he said.

I try and take a similar approach to both - and I strive for similar qualities in both.

That forced fumble at the end, we always strive to play to the end, play to the whistle.

There's no need to be perfect, but strive to choose healthier foods the majority of the time.

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