intentional

[ in-ten-shuh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF intentional

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It is possible for action to be at once intentional and purposeless.

Stan was sure it was intentional, but he could never prove it.

The forgetting was a little too intentional to be entirely complete.

Not an intentional one, or one that could have been avoided, apparently.

She had never sinned against him, even by intentional silence.

After Dombey and Son even his absurdity was intentional and grave.

This means the voluntary and intentional development of leadership.

"To be intentional is to be middle class," remarked Amarinth.

I was not offended, for I am the first to make allowance when rudeness is not intentional.

Replicated in this version as it is believed to be intentional.

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