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intend

verb aim, aspire to, be determined to, cogitare, design, desire, determine upon, drive at, elect, endeavor, expect, fix the mind upon, harbor a design, have in mind, have in view, mean, plan, presume, propose, purpose, resolve, scheme, set as a goal
Associated concepts: intended design, intended destination, intended purpose, intended to take effect upon death, preeatory words
See also: allocate, attempt, plan, predetermine, purport, pursue
References in classic literature ?
Noirtier, you intend leaving your fortune to your grandson, Edward de Villefort?
Sir," said the notary, "how do you intend disposing of your fortune in case Mademoiselle de Villefort still determines on marrying M.
Do you intend devoting it to charitable purposes, then?
You only intend, then, to dispose of that part of your fortune which the law allows you to subtract from the inheritance of your son?
Nor do I intend to let the Baron off," I continued calmly, but with not a little discomfiture at De Griers' merriment.
Also, he says that, as things are, he intends only to have a plain wedding, and then to depart.
A permanent union is precisely what a couple intend when they marry.
Surely the company did not intend to ship equipment to a fake colonel and suffer the loss of the equipment.
Attorney General Bill Lockyer says, ``I do not intend to submit my name as a candidate.
The person may say they want to be in a monogamous relationship, but they never really intend to be faithful, or they never intended the marriage to be permanent, or they never intend to have children.
Compared with women who plan to have their baby delivered in a hospital, women who intend to have their baby delivered by a professional provider at home have a greater likelihood of complications during and after labor and delivery, and their newborn has an increased risk of compromised health.
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