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apex the climax or culmination, as of an endeavor or a reputation. [1/2 definitions]
batting average (informal) one's degree of success at some endeavor. [1/2 definitions]
big-time (informal) significant or influential in a particular trade, profession, or other field of endeavor. [1/2 definitions]
firing line the forefront or most exposed position in any activity or endeavor. [1/3 definitions]
fodder raw material, as for a creative endeavor. [1/3 definitions]
homestretch the last stage of a project or endeavor. [1/2 definitions]
hustle an aggressively competitive endeavor. [1/10 definitions]
input information to be used in an endeavor or project. [1/6 definitions]
nanotechnology a field of study or endeavor concerned with the engineering of matter at the level of the atom or molecule.
object the purpose or goal of a particular activity or endeavor. [1/7 definitions]
old hand one who is experienced, usu. in a specified field, practice, or endeavor.
Parnassus any center of poetic or artistic endeavor. [1/3 definitions]
pool2 to join or create a pool or other shared endeavor. [1/7 definitions]
spearhead the leader or leading force in a military engagement, new field of endeavor, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
sporting chance a fair or even chance for success in an endeavor or competition.
terminus the point at which something, such as an endeavor, aims; goal. [1/4 definitions]
trailblazer one who leads the way in any new field or endeavor; pioneer. [1/2 definitions]