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do-nothing lacking initiative, enterprise, or willingness to work; lazy or idle. [1/2 definitions]
enterprise initiative; ingenuity. [1/3 definitions]
enterprising bold, energetic, and full of initiative.
follower one with little initiative; one who imitates someone else. [1/4 definitions]
Great Green Wall a multinational African initiative to fight desertification and land degradation by modification of land use, water harvesting, and the planting and maintenance of trees primarily along the southern edge of the Sahara Desert, a belt of land that stretches across the width of the continent. [2 definitions]
gumption (informal) bold initiative; resourcefulness. [1/2 definitions]
moxie energy, verve, and initiative. [1/2 definitions]
SDI abbreviation of "Strategic Defense Initiative," a proposed U.S. defense system in which enemy missiles would be detected and destroyed in flight by weaponry contained in earth satellites, also known as "Star Wars" in reference to similar technology found in the science fiction saga of that name.
slavish lacking initiative or originality; blindly or stubbornly following an established model. [1/2 definitions]
Stakhanovism a system in the former Soviet Union in which workers who increased their production through initiative and efficiency received rewards and bonuses from the government.
Star Wars (informal) see "Strategic Defense Initiative." [1/2 definitions]