Antonyms for aims

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The weather-cock on the roof has more sympathy with my purposes and aims than you have.

If ever Calumny aims the poisoned shaft at them, may friendship be by to ward the blow!

The man who really "aims" the gun never sees what he is shooting at.

Your aims are so noble and great that they cannot but be sincere.

But the aims of states should be good, or else, like the prayer of Theseus, they may be ruinous to themselves.

Only two aims in life—the glory of the Church and the welfare of the rising generation.

You stand so high, and have to think about your work, your aims, your people.

The girl has come between me and my aims, my vows, my work—everything.

Courage, then, and self-restraint; and thus we shall foil their aims.

But let us at least remember that such had been the aims of several Popes before him.