Examples of aspire in a Sentence
aspire to great deeds, and you have a better chance of doing good deeds
a tower aspiring towards the heavens
Recent Examples of aspire from the Web
Lastly, the experience wouldn’t be complete without the chance to buy house sweaters, robes, jewelry, and collectibles for all the aspiring witches and wizards in your life.
The assaults come just days after a separate incident in which a man appeared in court accused of throwing acid at an aspiring model and her cousin.
Aspiring actress Miranda McCoy, 14, and her mom, Rosemary, flew in from Denver.
Those specs misled those of us who aspired to be like the top shooters.
The first game was featured prominently in local newspapers, and Walker aspired to give players the trappings of a first-class college program: shoes, warmups, full uniforms, medical attention on the sidelines.
A generation that does not aspire to seriousness, to meaning, is unworthy to walk in the shadow of those who have gone before.
The Ellie Mae is part of the Web.com Tour, a developmental tour for aspiring PGA golfers.
Aimed at cooks of all levels, McFadden’s recipes aspire for teachable moments in the kitchen made possible by cooking through the six seasons: spring, early summer, midsummer, late summer, fall and winter.
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Origin and Etymology of aspire
Middle English, from Middle French or Latin; Middle French aspirer, from Latin aspirare, literally, to breathe upon, from ad- + spirare to breathe
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
ASPIRE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aspire for English Language Learners
: to want to have or achieve something (such as a particular career or level of success)
ASPIRE Defined for Kids
Definition of aspire for Students
: to very much want to have or achieve something aspire to greatness
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