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Correct spelling:
aspire
Definition:
Angular Studies of Photoelectron in Innovative Research Environments

What does the acronym aspire stand for?

ASPIRE abbreviation definitions:
–  After School Programs of Instruction Recreation and Enrichment
–  Academic Support Program Inspiring Renaissance Educators

Synonyms:

noun
aspire
shoot for, aim.
yearn
try.
verb
aim, hope
crave, be eager, try, be ambitious, hanker, strive, long, wish, dream, pursue, desire, yearn, seek, want, struggle.
cognition
aspire, aim, shoot for, draw a bead on.
hope
anticipate, dream of, rely, yearn, believe, hope, contemplate, want, await, desire, assume, wish, expect, trust, presume.
petition
bid, compete, petition, apply, claim.
pursue
pursue, dog, follow, quest, stalk, sleuth, track, harry, chase, intend, search, hunt, endeavor, trail, undertake, seek, tail, strive, aim.
Examples of usage:
  1. So as he come round the corner of the buildin' follered by some bewildered lookin' natives I put out my hand and sez, " I don't know as you know me, Professor Aspire Todd, but you visited me in Jonesville. – Samantha at the St. Louis Exposition by Marietta Holley
  2. But when, in the next hour, you see her neglecting little duties that a woman who was really broad, strong, and noble would attend to as a matter of course, and not give a second thought to; when you see that although she must realize that attention to these smaller duties should come first, to open the way to her higher aspirations, she continues to neglect them and continues to aspire,- you are surely right in concluding that she is using up her nervous system in sentimentalizing about a better life; and by that means is doing all in her power to hinder the achievement of it. – As a Matter of Course by Annie Payson Call
  3. For glory's empty bubble thousands perish, Above all treasures your fair hand I cherish; Your heart and not your throne, is my desire; Condemn me not if madly I aspire. – Turandot: The Chinese Sphinx by Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller
  4. Perchance thou dost aspire To bridal honours, and thy Phoebus- sire Forbids the banns, whoe'er thy suitor be? – Love Letters of a Violinist and Other Poems by Eric Mackay
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