aim

Part of speech: verb

To direct toward a mark or point; point or level; have a purpose; endeavor earnestly.

Part of speech: noun

The act of aiming; line of direction of anything aimed; object or point aimed at; purpose.

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Usage examples "aim":

  1. Again, I don't particularly agree with his methods, but that's his aim. - "Non-combatants and Others", Rose Macaulay.
  2. See, Personality's one aim and end Is to be independent, free and true. - "Love's Comedy", Henrik Ibsen.
  3. He drew his blaster and took careful aim at the power distribution center. - "The Cartels Jungle", Irving E. Cox, Jr..