Aim noun - Something that one hopes or intends to accomplish.
Usage example: the main aim of a trip to the city is to shop for school clothes, but we always go to the artisans' market, too
Desire is a synonym for aim in intention topic. In some cases you can use "Desire" instead the word "Aim" as a noun or a verb, when it comes to topics like objective, goal.
How words are described
|good||good aim||good desire|
|particular||particular aim||particular desire|
|specific||specific aim||specific desire|
|stated||stated aim||stated desire|
|Other adjectives: true, actual, real, great, main, ultimate, sole, general, apparent.|
|craft||aim craft||desire craft|
Both words in one sentence
- Taking You with Me: As the lethally damaged Gleipnir is crashing, its pilot voices his desire to take as many Santa Elva civilians as he can even as his ground control pleads with him to aim for the river to minimize collateral damage.
- She started the Agitate Halation project to get rid of all aspiring heroes in the city by disrupting their AIM fields and forcing them all to have the desire to protect Fremea Seivelun, causing massive chaos.
Source: Mad Scientist / Anime and Manga
- On the other hand, the original Megatron's unrealistic aim to rule the universe has been significantly toned down, to the more obtainable desire to return his exiled Decepticons to Cybertron (Transformers Animated), or restore the broken planet to its former glory (Transformers Prime).
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