[ uh-spahyuh r-uh nt, as-per-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF aspirants
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Accordingly they came forward as aspirants to universal empire.

Other than themselves there were not more than half a dozen aspirants.

But she laughs at them all, though there are plenty of aspirants for the honor.

Frantic appeals came to the Commission from aspirants for office.

Aspirants for power again tormented the people with the evils of war.

It will warn future aspirants, and give Europe a lesson which it is not likely to forget.

The names of eight aspirants were put up, including that of Fred Rover.

Every profession has three aspirants for one that is needed.

While Calcraft was in office other aspirants to fame appeared in the field.

Like some aspirants to a throne, he threw himself upon the masses.