Aims Adjectives

  • Life-Long
  • Subjective
  • Innocuous
  • Own
  • Selfish
  • Private
  • Wide
  • Chaotic
  • Definite
  • National
  • Particular
  • Commercial
  • Great
  • Ultimate
  • High
  • Individual
  • Other
  • Contrary
  • Common
  • Grand
  • Lofty
  • How do you describe Aims?

    • 1. There is none of the social goods that may not be purchased too dear, and mere amiableness must not take rank with high aims and self-subsistency. 🔊
    • 2. I was afraid of him, and now he has grown so egotistical that he is willing to sacrifice me to his own aims, and I hate him. 🔊
    • 3. No public account was taken of the innocuous aims, so to speak, taken by justice, in order to hit her victim. 🔊
    • 4. In crucial hours, when some crisis wrecks plans, landmarks, life-long aims, the brain works with preternatural clearness and celerity. 🔊
    • 5. Burton, who had no aptitude for the task; who, moreover, had other aims, constantly disagreed with Payne upon this point. 🔊
    • 6. Histories with such an object as religion or philosophy are understood to have only subjective aims for their theme, i.e. only opinions and mere ideas, not an essential and realised object like the truth. 🔊
    • 7. At all times when the Constitution has stood in the way of commercial aims it has been abrogated, not by repeal nor violent overthrow, but by the effective expedient of judicial interpretation. 🔊
    • 8. Sir John Simon has pointed out that it was not until the early part of the eighteenth century that hygiene in its modern significance loomed on the social horizon with clearer outline and more definite aims. 🔊
    • 9. I shall not pretend that I had any lofty aims or ambitions, felt any regard for its dignity or fascination for the mysteries of its science when I selected it for my profession. 🔊
    • 10. Have they divination, grand aims, hospitality of soul, and the equality to any event, which we demand in man, or only the reactions of the mill, of the wares, of the chicane? 🔊
    • 11. She seemed to promise a way of escape from the deepening opposition in me between physical passions and the constructive career, the career of wide aims and human service, upon which I had embarked. 🔊
    • 12. His individual aims must also be subordinated in "team play," so that collectively, as individually in the case of the soloist, the purport of the music may find its due expression. 🔊
    • 13. The so-called pleasures and pains of the world's experiences are so entitled for different reasons, for contrary aims, and with no unity or harmony of judgment. 🔊
    • 14. There is in such a commonwealth no pain of surrender and of sacrifice, and no subsequent compensation: for, at the very moment of resigning self-will to common aims, he enjoys it retained with the added zest of self-expansion. 🔊