aim[ eym ]SEE DEFINITION OF aim
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AIM
We aim at the assurance of a rounded and permanent national life.
My whole study and aim was to do right—to be just to my hands and do my duty to my employer.
It is the aim of the present dissertation to accomplish this.
It now becomes my aim today to lay siege to this town and capture it.
I don't know what you mean, and my only aim is to please master in everything.
To turn an interesting thief into a tedious honest man was not his aim.
Instead of this, it was the aim of our diplomacy to dissipate the opposition.
In taking his aim Kingozi modified his usual custom because of the distance.
Now it is evident that one must aim at what he can be sure of hitting.
And at extreme ranges, the forward one-third of the barrel is the point of aim.