What is another word for intention?

447 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ ɪntˈɛnʃən], [ ɪntˈɛnʃən], [ ɪ_n_t_ˈɛ_n_ʃ_ə_n]

Synonyms for Intention:

intention (noun) plan (noun) pursuit (noun) Other synonyms:

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Rhymes for Intention:

  1. abstention;
  2. contravention, intervention, inattention, circumvention;
  3. nonintervention;

Quotes for Intention:

  1. I don't have any friends and don't have any intention of making any. People will stab you in the back, mistreat you, talk about me behind your back, steal from you. And they're not really your friends. They're only there because you're a celebrity or because they want to get something from you. Gary Coleman.
  2. I am not surprised that they show no intention to follow in my footsteps, although if I had a second chance myself, I would certainly try to repeat my present career. Richard Ernst.
  3. So on May 1, 1987, at Gary's invitation, I agreed to see him one last time- to confront him face -to -face about his sincerity and with the intention of ending our brief relationship. Donna Rice.

Adjectives for Intention:

  • apparent ironic,
  • full and devious,
  • solemn and dutiful,
  • refreshingly straightforward,
  • implacably murderous,
  • indulgent carnal,
  • slightest benevolent,
  • earlier conscious,
  • myoriginal,
  • vague but virtuous,
  • full sarcastic,
  • laudable but self-defeating,
  • least sacrilegious,
  • savage satiric,
  • laudable and well-defined,
  • vindictive and critical,
  • reverent and gentle,
  • indeed innate,
  • persistently rancorous,
  • purely selfish and wicked,
  • manifest legal,
  • perfectly definite and avowed,
  • clear thematic,
  • smallest evil,
  • well-defined religious,
  • deliberate romantic,
  • progressive sublime,
  • primal, spiritual,
  • finest fullest,
  • sane and benign,
  • main north-bound,
  • hostile and traitorous,
  • grand ultimate,
  • foul and diabolical,
  • imply unfair,
  • obviously pathetic,
  • own half-expressed,
  • single and honest,
  • wild and indefinite,
  • vile or vulgar,
  • persistent magnetic,
  • purely serious,
  • malicious and insulting,
  • deliberate and praiseworthy,
  • single sordid,
  • deliberate and obvious,
  • original twentieth-century,
  • actual, explicit,
  • apparently benevolent,
  • wicked and stupid,
  • clear artistic,
  • downright evil,
  • last amiable,
  • good-natured and humane,
  • deliberate evil,
  • equally merciless,
  • late treacherous,
  • simple and bare,
  • definite and avowed,
  • austere moral,
  • slow, enormous,
  • otherwise laudable,
  • honorable and courageous,
  • cold, horrid,
  • special and constant,
  • calm, sure,
  • deliberate and final,
  • other or further,
  • immense good,
  • thy devilish,
  • much lethal,
  • sick human,
  • serious and sincere,
  • honest or dishonest,
  • utter thy,
  • natural dramatic,
  • same ludicrous,
  • honest, honorable,
  • selfish and wicked,
  • such merciful,
  • distinct artistic,
  • serious bad,
  • satirical and humorous,
  • such immaculate,
  • real legal,
  • cruel and violent,
  • strange dual,
  • still possible,
  • rather ambitious,
  • rather aimless,
  • new good,
  • certain humorous,
  • mere good,
  • solemn and serious,
  • same benevolent,
  • pious and charitable,
  • less honest,
  • such mischievous,
  • whole wonderful,
  • such insane,
  • slow and deliberate,
  • self-defeating,
  • north-bound,
  • longer-term,
  • real, true,
  • fine and noble,
  • purely selfish,
  • own desperate,
  • more destructive,
  • inal,
  • good and useful,
  • thy true,
  • such clear,
  • much different,
  • such wicked,
  • general,
  • strongest possible,
  • bloody-minded,
  • thematic,
  • more worthy,
  • conscious or certain,
  • delicate and certain,
  • resolute but wary,
  • profound and nobler,
  • lifelong industrious,
  • actual dire,
  • equally criminal and foolish,
  • deliberate and businesslike,
  • good-will and full,
  • incestuous and wicked,
  • obviously baptismal,
  • infinite culpable,
  • deliberately perverse,
  • listless, disdainful,
  • final and beneficial,
  • sincere satiric,
  • disinterested and pure,
  • obvious and quite futile,
  • grave and righteous,
  • inward jesuitical,
  • absurdly resolute,
  • profound and hearty,
  • pious habitual,
  • noble and conciliatory,
  • unusual and worthy,
  • exclusively criminal,
  • particular anti-national,
  • finest, fullest,
  • special heraldic,
  • constant, deliberate,
  • evident conciliatory,
  • perilous and self-sacrificing,
  • ironic philosophical,
  • praiseworthy and excellent,
  • cryptic and circuitous,
  • laudable and very proper,
  • mischievous or fraudulent,
  • secret but resolute,
  • moral and highly creditable,
  • unalterable and deliberate,
  • distinctly justifiable,
  • definite, uninterrupted,
  • imply deliberate,
  • original amiable,
  • moral or satirical,
  • hostile or evil,
  • all-inclusive and dominant,
  • unreasonable and incredible,
  • felonious or murderous,
  • virtual and implicit,
  • uninterrupted actual,
  • implicit or tacit,
  • virtual and habitual,
  • actual, virtual and habitual,
  • habitual and interpretative,
  • actual, habitual and interpretative,
  • habitual explicit,
  • improper or felonious,
  • soft and tyrannical,
  • deep-seated satirical,
  • heartless and malicious,
  • polemic or dogmatical,
  • awake lethargic,
  • criminal and conscious,
  • perfectly serious and critical,
  • cavalier evil,
  • gracious and unsolicited,
  • deliberate and exclusive,
  • conscious ironical,
  • deliberate or willing,
  • ideally present,
  • disinterested and single-minded,
  • originally deliberate,
  • flagrant rebellious,
  • single-minded or chivalrous,
  • business-like, murderous,
  • rigorously didactic,
  • visible allegorical,
  • avowed and desperate,
  • definite calm,
  • malign and unnatural,
  • heroic and benign,
  • vaguely magnanimous,
  • clear and most persistent,
  • absurd or cruel,
  • obvious keen,
  • last iniquitous,
  • quite laudable,
  • unkind and even cruel,
  • such digestive,
  • aggressive and unjust,
  • altogether injurious,
  • constant and abiding,
  • wonderfully cruel,
  • divine and benevolent,
  • directly satirical,
  • real malicious,
  • perfect and meritorious,
  • popular and educational,
  • passionate good,
  • similar festal,
  • sensible and laudable,
  • actual and explicit,
  • least virtual,
  • virtual and explicit,
  • least implicit,
  • apparently undisguised,
  • later honorable,
  • whole virtuous,
  • whole fervent,
  • coherent philosophic,
  • fiendish, murderous,
  • slightest humorous,
  • supremely ethical,
  • premeditated evil,
  • pleasantly vague,
  • evident partisan,
  • subordinate artistic,
  • immediate or primary,
  • whole well-known,
  • vaguely humorous,
  • sincere, pure,
  • cool and audacious,
  • didactic or satirical,
  • bitter double,
  • deliberate and diabolical,
  • unmistakably hostile,
  • entirely evil,
  • covert and secret,
  • it personal,
  • own well-founded,
  • directly patriotic,
  • obvious and real,
  • general complimentary,
  • almost self-conscious,
  • secret divine,
  • historical and positive,
  • wicked or mischievous,
  • honorable artistic,
  • ultimate hostile,
  • original lofty,
  • professedly comic,
  • immediate definite,
  • decorative and symbolical,
  • sincere and steady,
  • slightest improper,
  • immediately active,
  • genuine and serious,
  • deliberately evil,
  • own possessive,
  • less satirical,
  • terrific human,
  • ardent musical,
  • main immediate,
  • unquestionable good,
  • equally criminal,
  • conscious creative,
  • deep divine,
  • subtle diplomatic,
  • definite doctrinal,
  • devout and reverential,
  • deeper and subtler,
  • apparently religious,
  • perfectly loyal,
  • late hostile,
  • truly literary,
  • slightest serious,
  • entirely amiable,
  • honest and laudable,
  • original, primitive,
  • equally secret,
  • slight but charming,
  • deliberate artistic,
  • definite structural,
  • certain didactic,
  • now apparent,
  • good and gay,
  • pure and single,
  • little ethical,
  • strange national,
  • vague and romantic,
  • sincere and beautiful,
  • same apologetic,
  • *general,
  • present hostile,
  • primary and original,
  • less unselfish,
  • partial and complete,
  • present economical,
  • general poetical,
  • definite ethical,
  • pyratical,
  • sincerely pious,
  • natural masculine,
  • quite futile,
  • least honest,
  • absolute divine,
  • such ungracious,
  • actual criminal,
  • little deliberate,
  • original true,
  • deliberate and cold-blooded,
  • slightest political,
  • deliberately bad,
  • distinct dramatic,
  • same inquisitive,
  • original defensive,
  • serious and critical,
  • much decorative,
  • honest, patriotic,
  • clear and manifest,
  • genuinely artistic,
  • often unconscious,
  • frankly avowed,
  • slightest hostile,
  • secret and sinister,
  • less manifest,
  • cidal,
  • origi\-nal,
  • same benign,
  • real criminal,
  • usual deliberate,
  • honest and pious,
  • original comic,
  • pious and good,
  • cruel and arbitrary,
  • simple and good,
  • simple and comprehensive,
  • certain deliberate,
  • still firmer,
  • such stalwart,
  • present real,
  • little psychological,
  • full royal,
  • such amorous,
  • sole or principal,
  • definite sexual,
  • genuine musical,
  • generally similar,
  • obvious good,
  • visible or invisible,
  • cold, deliberate,
  • late good,
  • equally definite,
  • same laudable,
  • little obvious,
  • same worthy,
  • same criminal,
  • own pious,
  • almost suicidal,
  • finest and noblest,
  • sudden and desperate,
  • such primary,
  • kindest possible,
  • similar good,
  • similar social,
  • truly benevolent,
  • clear and obvious,
  • abstract moral,
  • more malicious,
  • pure and pious,
  • scarcely conscious,
  • true and simple,
  • certain hostile,
  • higher artistic,
  • pure and honest,
  • pure and disinterested,
  • same patriotic,
  • mere simple,
  • apparent good,
  • clear and positive,
  • real serious,
  • whole and sole,
  • riginal,
  • perfectly serious,
  • more heinous,
  • sincere and honest,
  • plain and obvious,
  • own positive,
  • thine evil,
  • such sincere,
  • slightest personal,
  • more conciliatory,
  • entirely wrong,
  • certain fierce,
  • clear and unmistakable,
  • good and pure,
  • quite obvious,
  • openly avowed,
  • highly creditable,
  • wise and loving,
  • half-expressed,
  • such treacherous,
  • such amiable,
  • such murderous,
  • expressional,
  • perfectly sincere,
  • merely literary,
  • thy other,
  • bitter personal,
  • such deliberate,
  • such hostile,
  • more odious,
  • certain artistic,
  • long and serious,
  • long-planned,
  • truly feminine,
  • anti-national,
  • more peaceable,
  • purely social,
  • quite definite,
  • own full,
  • somewhat obscure,
  • self-conceited,
  • particularly unpleasant,
  • philanthropical,
  • real political,
  • authorial,
  • less ambitious,
  • fullest possible,
  • counter-revolutionary,
  • clear and definite,
  • such mad,
  • good and honest,
  • clear and distinct,
  • good and wise,
  • good and great,
  • much fine,
  • slow, deliberate,
  • such generous,
  • little hard,
  • good-will,
  • such divine,
  • purposive,
  • more heroic,
  • dogmatical,
  • all-inclusive,
  • such evil,
  • hare-brained,
  • plain-spoken,
  • teleological,
  • more savage,
  • fast-growing,
  • less serious,
  • more sinister,
  • jesuitical,
  • own free,
  • unsocial,
  • well-founded,
  • smallest possible,
  • machiavellian,
  • such cruel,
  • such obvious,
  • stylistic,
  • more sensible,
  • pedagogical,
  • unsolicited,
  • own separate,
  • commemorative,
  • incestuous,
  • pornographic,
  • unmoved,
  • wholly different,
  • naturalistic,
  • uninspired,
  • great moral,
  • circuitous,
  • more good,
  • past and present,
  • more generous,
  • aborted,
  • jocund,
  • possessive,
  • spiritless,
  • disciplinary,
  • pardonable,
  • far different,
  • digestive,
  • two-fold,
  • smudged,
  • demoniacal,
  • aloof,
  • reverential,
  • oft-repeated,
  • plainer,
  • heinous,
  • blood-thirsty,
  • lethargic,
  • covetous,
  • own individual,
  • ungracious,
  • determinate,
  • demoniac,
  • more immediate,
  • opportune,
  • evident but obscure,
  • benevolent or defiant,
  • vague stupid,
  • personal and adventurous,
  • original sincere,
  • criminal ill,
  • fraudulent or deceptive,
  • usually sporadic and casual,
  • usually sporadic,
  • primary benevolent,
  • apparent hostile,
  • sincere, habitual,
  • painstaking, literal,
  • precise allegorical,
  • lucid higher,
  • naive and hopeless,
  • original seeming,
  • important, general,
  • double, divergent,
  • definite symbolical,
  • malicious and hostile,
  • good and allowable,
  • more symbolical,
  • innocent and praiseworthy,
  • downright deliberate,
  • satirical and didactic,
  • symbolical or mystical,
  • slightest dishonest,
  • highest and most universal,
  • less nebulous,
  • same invidious,
  • kindest and most affectionate,
  • true and plain,
  • sufficiently ardent,
  • slightest ill,
  • such symbolical,
  • proper and original,
  • same triple,
  • original gothic,
  • high and spiritual,
  • natural and direct,
  • least previous,
  • same humane,
  • much definite,
  • good and sincere,
  • original divine,
  • clearly recognizable,
  • particular bad,
  • philosophical and moral,
  • such conscious,
  • same amiable,
  • much immediate,
  • same honest,
  • own criminal,
  • less vague,
  • same excellent,
  • such pious,
  • perfectly definite,
  • hieroglyphical,
  • other evil,
  • emblematical,
  • such real,
  • purely literary,
  • antithetical,
  • derogatory,
  • allowable,
  • more specific,
  • observable,
  • emblematic,
  • polemical,
  • own secret,
  • efficacious,
  • altruistic,
  • self-sacrificing,
  • unintentional,
  • vicarious,
  • divergent,
  • quite different,
  • sepulchral,
  • guileless,
  • extraneous,
  • caustic,
  • outspoken,
  • thoughtful secret,
  • direct and new,
  • less satiric,
  • moral or politic,
  • real, immediate,
  • pacific or hostile,
  • proper wicked,
  • habitual and explicit,
  • simple unadulterated,
  • slightest or most distant,
  • good or wicked,
  • thy wrong,
  • obvious literal,
  • legitimate and justifiable,
  • manifestly sincere,
  • malicious and mischievous,
  • wicked and traitorous,
  • somewhat impressive,
  • somewhat tentative,
  • general philosophic,
  • perfectly good-natured,
  • own dishonest,
  • absolutely truthful,
  • purely benevolent,
  • such melodramatic,
  • own deeper,
  • humane and benevolent,
  • conscious moral,
  • such benevolent,
  • great poetical,
  • original,
  • perfectly honest,
  • civil and political,
  • rather obvious,
  • disputable,
  • good and noble,
  • more deliberate,
  • much deeper,
  • discourteous,
  • little good,
  • last desperate,
  • same good,
  • more limited,
  • halcyon,
  • adamant,
  • illiberal,
  • treasonous,
  • long-delayed,
  • strategical,
  • baptismal,
  • scathing,
  • indubitable,
  • amicable,
  • benignant,
  • irrevocable,
  • unadulterated,
  • plainest,
  • doctrinal,
  • disdainful,
  • whole new,
  • undefined,
  • business-like,
  • melodramatic,
  • journalistic,
  • godless,
  • best possible,
  • well-meaning,
  • gracious or devout,
  • definite symbolic,
  • conscious collective,
  • sincere and permanent,
  • thy adulterous,
  • orginal,
  • evident good,
  • simple, wholesome,
  • own deliberate,
  • same wise,
  • general good,
  • own noble,
  • epigrammatic,
  • adulterous,
  • vaguest,
  • recondite,
  • more definite,
  • invidious,
  • esthetic,
  • ill-advised,
  • half-forgotten,
  • figurative,
  • resentful,
  • heartfelt,
  • such good,
  • blackest,
  • complimentary,
  • painstaking,
  • abiding,
  • entirely different,
  • constructive,
  • ineffectual,
  • venomous,
  • misguided,
  • invariable,
  • insulting,
  • slightest good,
  • least charitable,
  • original grand,
  • now evident,
  • much tragic,
  • much deliberate,
  • violent and tyrannical,
  • original good,
  • deep political,
  • much serious,
  • own conscious,
  • rather vague,
  • polemic,
  • own previous,
  • interpretative,
  • sincerest,
  • wrongful,
  • half-conscious,
  • punitive,
  • quixotic,
  • festal,
  • foolhardy,
  • justifiable,
  • meritorious,
  • politic,
  • harmful,
  • tacit,
  • subtler,
  • apologetic,
  • obliging,
  • carnal,
  • deceptive,
  • rightful,
  • deeper divine,
  • general and evident,
  • slightest romantic,
  • prime and longest,
  • wholly serious,
  • unchangeable,
  • sacrilegious,
  • irreverent,
  • truthful,
  • dogmatic,
  • unlawful,
  • fervent,
  • eventual,
  • hazy,
  • nobler,
  • habitual and implicit,
  • actual or virtual,
  • great good,
  • own original,
  • piratical,
  • unselfish,
  • presumptuous,
  • peaceable,
  • tyrannical,
  • cold-blooded,
  • inflexible,
  • subjective,
  • flattering,
  • insidious,
  • defensive,
  • humorous or grave,
  • immediate hostile,
  • long-cherished,
  • culpable,
  • disloyal,
  • more subtle,
  • unspoken,
  • chivalrous,
  • prophetic,
  • straightforward,
  • metaphysical,
  • tentative,
  • futile,
  • wicked and fraudulent,
  • quite evident,
  • conciliatory,
  • unanimous,
  • iniquitous,
  • commendable,
  • ostensible,
  • twofold,
  • disinterested,
  • legislative,
  • bloodthirsty,
  • realistic,
  • preposterous,
  • audacious,
  • devilish,
  • prudent,
  • destructive,
  • unfulfilled,
  • inimical,
  • single-minded,
  • pictorial,
  • sarcastic,
  • improper,
  • literal,
  • academic,
  • collective,
  • mystical,
  • deliberate and guilty,
  • same general,
  • facetious,
  • matrimonial,
  • palpable,
  • philosophic,
  • still unsettled,
  • conditional,
  • unsettled,
  • magnanimous,
  • habitual good,
  • most gracious,
  • such evident,
  • good or bad,
  • much good,
  • pacific,
  • subconscious,
  • suicidal,
  • villainous,
  • favorable,
  • barbarous,
  • insane,
  • momentary,
  • jocular,
  • burlesque,
  • amorous,
  • devout,
  • philosophical,
  • fundamental,
  • persistent,
  • thy good,
  • unequivocal,
  • whimsical,
  • malignant,
  • purest,
  • corrupt,
  • secondary,
  • courteous,
  • latent,
  • especial,
  • strict,
  • liberal,
  • comic,
  • greedy,
  • aggressive,
  • loyal,
  • felonious,
  • satiric,
  • kindest,
  • philanthropic,
  • good-natured,
  • poetic,
  • seeming,
  • didactic,
  • immoral,
  • inscrutable,
  • ironic,
  • initial,
  • peaceful,
  • symbolical,
  • benign,
  • undeclared,
  • unkind,
  • traitorous,
  • more serious,
  • offensive,
  • polite,
  • exact,
  • implicit,
  • hospitable,
  • prime,
  • diabolical,
  • perverse,
  • decorative,
  • affectionate,
  • obscure,
  • unique,
  • fullest,
  • covert,
  • patriotic,
  • ironical,
  • dishonest,
  • righteous,
  • dramatic,
  • deeper,
  • foul,
  • malign,
  • creative,
  • wise,
  • explicit,
  • precise,
  • visible,
  • formal,
  • treacherous,
  • romantic,
  • symbolic,
  • mad,
  • preconceived,
  • subtle,
  • allegorical,
  • malevolent,
  • unalterable,
  • unmistakable,
  • resolute,
  • virtual,
  • religious,
  • guilty,
  • honorable,
  • praiseworthy,
  • contrary,
  • habitual,
  • merciful,
  • literary,
  • thine,
  • wrong,
  • specific,
  • cruel,
  • innocent,
  • premeditated,
  • humane,
  • virtuous,
  • charitable,
  • mischievous,
  • final,
  • satirical,
  • probable,
  • remote,
  • distant,
  • proper,
  • fraudulent,
  • ethical,
  • principal,
  • desperate,
  • positive,
  • double,
  • humorous,
  • similar,
  • artistic,
  • further,
  • noble,
  • chief,
  • particular,
  • moral,
  • generous,
  • gracious,
  • actual,
  • main,
  • distinct,
  • plain,
  • direct,
  • murderous,
  • sinister,
  • amiable,
  • previous,
  • malicious,
  • pure,
  • wicked,
  • faintest,
  • criminal,
  • pious,
  • ultimate,
  • special,
  • ill,
  • primary,
  • sincere,
  • true,
  • vague,
  • laudable,
  • sole,
  • benevolent,
  • manifest,
  • remotest,
  • divine,
  • bad,
  • immediate,
  • secret,
  • clear,
  • general,
  • hostile,
  • best,
  • conscious,
  • smallest,
  • honest,
  • definite,
  • apparent,
  • serious,
  • obvious,
  • present,
  • evil,
  • full,
  • avowed,
  • least,
  • deliberate,
  • evident,
  • slightest,
  • original.
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