“Beware of all enterprises that require new clothes,” Thoreau once wrote.
For now, that means his other enterprises will continue, run by the associate chefs Roellinger launched them with.
Yes, companies or enterprises that lose market share have to worry about the future.
Those rumors, in turn, sparked a boycott of enterprises affiliated with the family.
Now that he was older he leaned on his wife, his daughter, and his son to continue his enterprises.
A consolidation of these enterprises in 1969 reduced their number by half and correspondingly increased their average size.
It is not difficult to surmise to what enterprises the President referred.
Thus does 441 this famous city combine the methods and styles of the Middle Ages with the manners and enterprises of to-day.
Another wanted me to buy a paper for him, in which he was to support all my enterprises.
He asked all hands to assemble on the enterprises airfield at six the next morning for the flight to Fearing.
early 15c., "an undertaking," from Old French enterprise "an undertaking," noun use of fem. past participle of entreprendre "undertake, take in hand," from entre- "between" (see entre-) + prendre "to take," contraction of prehendere (see prehensile). Abstract sense of "readiness to undertake challenges, spirit of daring" is from late 15c.