- n. Plural form of intention.
“Judging their intentions is the purview of the Lord and clairvoyants.”
“Being clear on your intentions is a good first step.”
“If it be not so, then what we call our intentions are not ours, but are to be attributed to the superior will which has given direction to our wills.”
“The 70th-ranked Dimitrov made Frenchmen Tsonga work hard, forcing a tie-break in the first set, but the world number seven broke serve twice from four opportunities and sealed the match with an overhead smash to signal his title intentions.”
“Frank Lampard struck four as Chelsea signalled their title intentions in spectacular style with a crushing 7-1 win over Aston Villa while Arsenal suffered an injury-time nightmare at St Andrew's.”
“If that wasn't a message about their title intentions, I don't know what was.”
“But after seeing his side make a statement of their title intentions by beating Chelsea 3-0”
“Manchester United made a huge statement of their title intentions when they beat Chelsea 3-0 at Old Trafford to cut the gap on leaders Liverpool to five points.”
“In studying responses of patients in which the corpus callosum connecting the left and right brain had been severed, the researchers found that information about beliefs and intentions from the right brain had to reach the judgmental processes in the left brain to reach the correct moral judgment.”
“With Manchester United restructuring from a position of strength, Chelsea still solid even before we discover the long‑term intentions of André Villas-Boas and Liverpool zealous in redeveloping their side, Arsenal face a struggle simply to stand still.”
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