goal[ gohl ]SEE DEFINITION OF goal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GOAL
For a race which has the infinite as its goal the word must be on and on.
He was more than usually polite to the major: he was in the army, the goal of his aspiration!
So it was all the way, and he gave a glad shout as he touched the goal post.
Now they were near the goal, and Leotichides was still leading by a stride.
Yet he had not arrived, and John was at the goal before him.
The coachman, nearing the goal, had given the horse his head.
For no goal within his parish would a hired carriage be needed.
I believe they are the goal of all goodness and of all God's work and wish.
Meanwhile the motor which passed Newbury and Coryston in the park had sped to its goal.
My goal was London, but I was unwilling to go thither empty-handed.