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aim
Definition:
Action Impact Matrix

Synonyms:

adjective
objective
desideratum.
noun
act
aim.
aim
aspire, bearing, calculate, design, direct, drive, get, heading, intent, intention, object, objective, place, point, propose, purport, purpose, shoot for, target.
bearing
bearing, course, direction, fix, heading, inclination, location, orientation, position, vector.
bent
druthers, facility, flair, forte, headset, leaning, proneness, Propensities, leanings, headsets, head-set, thing for, weakness for.
cause
causation, determinant, mainspring, maker, prime mover, Causations, mainsprings, motivations, origins, determinants.
cognition
aim, design, intent, intention, purpose.
direction
itinerary, path, route, track, trend.
endeavor
action, adventure, commitment, deed, effort, engagement, enterprise, essay, gambit, job, performance, proceeding, production, project, purpose, undertaking.
goal
ambition, aspiration, course, desideratum, design, desire, direction, end, intent, intention, mark, object, objective, plan, purpose, scheme, target, wish, where one is heading.
heading
heading, vector, compass reading.
idea
hypothesis, Significancy, believed abstraction.
intention
agenda, ambition, calculation, choice, consideration, expectation, forecast, forethought, goal, idea, intention, object, plan, policy, procedure, proposal, prospectus, scenario, schedule, scheme, strategy, will, wish.
motive
stimulus.
plan
anticipation, arrangement, blueprint, chart, conception, contrivance, coordination, design, invention, plot, premeditation, proposition.
pursuit
aspiration, destination, lodestar, mission, objective, profession, pursuit, target, vocation, life work.
quarry
Ravin.
resolution
immovability, staunchness, fixed purpose, immovabilities, purposiveness.
sake
final cause.
tendency
turnings.
thought
thought.
verb
cognition
aim, calculate, direct.
communication
aim, drive, get.
competition
aim, direct, take, take aim, train.
endeavor
act, approach, assay, attempt, commit, contract, endeavor, engage, exploit, maneuver, perform, proceed, undertake, venture, volunteer.
head
bear, head, steer.
intend
choose, consider, expect, intend, mean, mind, propose, resolve.
plan
anticipate, arrange, conceive, contrive, coordinate, invent, premeditate.
point or direct at a goal
address, angle, aspire, attempt, cast, concentrate, contemplate, covet, direct, endeavor, essay, fix, focus, intend, level, mean, propose, sight, steer, strive, train, try, want, zoom in, zero in on, slant, set one's sights on.
pursue
aspire, chase, dog, follow, harry, hunt, pursue, quest, search, seek, sleuth, stalk, strive, tail, trail.
sense
meaning.
Examples of usage:
  1. " Of course, all this education had one aim and end- a rich husband. – The Old Gray Homestead by Frances Parkinson Keyes
  2. He took aim and fired. – The Boy Allies at Jutland by Robert L. Drake
  3. So what do you aim t'do? – The Sea Bride by Ben Ames Williams
  4. To my surprise, I observed that when he recognized me, he at once raised his gun and took a steady aim. – Ismailia by Samuel W. Baker
  5. And it is in this realm of the higher thought, of that culture of the soul which is the true object and aim of the temporary life on earth, that the relief from the too strenuous pressure of affairs must be found. – The Life Radiant by Lilian Whiting

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