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intention

noun in·ten·tion \in-ˈten(t)-shən\

: the thing that you plan to do or achieve : an aim or purpose

Full Definition of INTENTION

1:  a determination to act in a certain way :  resolve
3a :  what one intends to do or bring about

b :  the object for which a prayer, mass, or pious act is offered

4:  a process or manner of healing of incised wounds
5:  concept; especially :  a concept considered as the product of attention directed to an object of knowledge
plural :  purpose with respect to marriage

Examples of INTENTION

  1. She announced her intention to run for governor.
  2. He seemed to think that I was trying to cause problems, but that was never my intention.
  3. He bought a dog with the intention of training it to attack intruders.
  4. He has good intentions, but his suggestions aren’t really helpful.

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