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aspired

verb as in aim, hope

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Here are the winners and losers from a busy night that saw a heartbreaking injury, some surprise picks in the lottery and a number of meaningful trades involving aspiring contenders.

As part of that goal, he aspired to develop his own emblem—a quaternio—as shorthand for how nature is connected.

For aspiring crowd farmers, though, signing on is as easy as signing up on the Complete Farmer website and putting down, for example, $750 per acre on ginger crops.

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Whether you’re a founder, investor, engineer, student or an aspiring entrepreneur, it’s where you’ll find the space industry’s most important people across public, private and defense sectors.

Last month, Winiarski’s family foundation gave a $150,000 grant to the Western Colorado Viticulture and Enology Program at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction to create a viticulture center and fund scholarships for aspiring winemakers.

Craig-Lewis was an 11-year veteran of the Philadelphia Fire Department, a position she had aspired to since grade school.

He had aspired to construct an epic figure after visiting the pyramids and sphinxes of Egypt in 1855.

I particularly aspired to be an obscure novelist, which sounds strange I suppose.

Raised from nothing, Harding aspired to greatness: she wanted to be the best female figure skater in the world.

She was active in the school newspaper and aspired to be a lawyer.

And, hence, a standing of Christian profession higher than has yet been attained to by any, has to be aspired at.

Indeed the grand end of the Church's continuance in the world, is aspired at by the efforts of all her true members.

In 1824 he practiced law and aspired to become a substitute judge.

Was it forgotten that the House of Austria had once aspired to universal dominion?

It aspired to rise to a knowledge of God as the supremest wisdom and grandest attainment of mortal man.

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On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to aspired, such as: pursue, crave, yearn, strive, desire, and seek.

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

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