What is another word for intents?

Pronunciation: [ɪntˈɛnts] (IPA)

Intents refer to a person's plans, motivations, or purposes. There are various synonyms for the word intents depending on the context in which it is used. For instance, desires, aims, objectives, goals or aspirations can be used interchangeably with intents. Similarly, resolutions, determinations, resolutions, motives, and inclinations are also synonyms for intents. The purpose of synonyms is to add a variety to a writer's vocabulary, making it easier to convey the same message in different ways. By using synonyms, the writer can elaborate on the context of the text, and the reader can comprehend the message better.

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What are the hypernyms for Intents?

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Usage examples for Intents

Presumably, you wouldn't allow a man who was to all intents and purposes a stranger to lend you money?
"A Prairie Courtship"
Harold Bindloss
We have to all intents and purposes absorbed the old F.B.C., and this has been greatly to the advantage of both concerns.
"The Debit Account"
Oliver Onions
To all intents and purposes, Stella is my wife, and I'm damned if any one shall come between us.
"The Lamp in the Desert"
Ethel M. Dell

Famous quotes with Intents

  • When there wasn't any money involved, for all intents and purposes, nobody gave a damn. But now the land, supposedly worthless, is seen for what it really is: an incredibly valuable asset.
    Neil Abercrombie
  • I'm just beginning to direct. For all intents and purposes, this is the first time for me.
    Mark Harmon
  • If I have not read a book before, it is, for all intents and purposes, new to me whether it was printed yesterday or three hundred years ago.
    William Hazlitt
  • The red-letter days, now become, to all intents and purposes, dead-letter days.
    Charles Lamb
  • Poisons and medicine are oftentimes the same substance given with different intents.
    Peter Latham

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