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aestheticism the doctrine that beauty is the exclusive aim of artists. [1/2 definitions]
aspiration ambition, goal, or aim. [1/2 definitions]
aspire to want strongly; have as an aim (usu. fol. by "to" or "after" or an infinitive).
astrology the study of the positions of the heavenly bodies in relation to each other with the aim of predicting their influence on human affairs.
bombsight a device in aircraft that is used to aim bombs.
bull's-eye something that exactly meets a need or aim. [1/3 definitions]
commercial having profit or wealth as the primary aim. [1/4 definitions]
direct to aim communication at; address. [2/13 definitions]
end goal, purpose, or aim. [1/18 definitions]
engagé committed and involved, esp. in support of an aim or cause.
expository designating nonfiction writing that explains and describes with the aim of conveying information or presenting certain opinions or points of view.
for used to indicate the purpose, aim, or destination of an action. [1/13 definitions]
freedom fighter a person who participates in armed rebellion against an established government, with the expressed aim of freeing the people from oppression.
Freemason a member of an international fraternal society that has as its aim the encouraging of mutual aid, brotherly love, and charitable acts. [1/2 definitions]
fund-raiser a social event, such as dinner or cocktail party, whose aim is to raise money for a cause. [1/2 definitions]
gin rummy a card game for two players in which the aim is to be the first to discard all of one's cards in three-of-a-kind or sequenced sets.
goal a result or end that one desires and works for; aim or purpose. [1/3 definitions]
haphazard not organized or based on reason or logic; without aim or purpose. [1/3 definitions]
hedonistic adhering to or characterized by the principle that pleasure should be the primary aim in life.
home to aim automatically toward a target or destination. [1/16 definitions]
ideal a principle or aim considered honorable; standard of excellence. [1/6 definitions]