Intentions [noun]

Definition of Intentions:

aim, purpose

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Sentence/Example of Intentions:

It was a very difficult day to know that people would say, “Oh, you lied,” because that was never the intention.

That exclusionary zoning has led to racial segregation, and was often an explicit intention of the practice, is not an especially obscure view in urban planning.

This is one of those where it’s hard to tell what the intention behind the search is.

The governor’s office declined to comment on whether Newsom has any intention of granting a waiver.

That isn’t necessarily all that surprising when you consider we’ve spent the last 30 years building up an increasingly apocalyptic view of our political opponents and their intentions.

Even those who have an intention to buy something started to buy less.

“People come and go, and they can have the greatest intentions, but the next person might not,” she told me.

That includes communicating with protesters about their rights via loudspeaker, ensuring marchers stay behind the front line at an event and coordinating with police about their intentions to try to avoid an escalation.

So according to Doleac, “Ban the Box” is a policy with good intentions and poor outcomes.

Wait until China is stronger and more ready before you pull away the mask and show your true intentions.