Examples of intend in a Sentence
I didn't intend any disrespect.
We intended that she come with us.
Recent Examples of intend from the Web
The latest proof of their romance comes in the form of some pretty steamy (no pun intended) hot tub photos that Justin posted (and then, uh, deleted?) to the 'gram earlier today, June 14.
The Greater Bel Air Foundation donation is intended to support this effort.
Two and a half months later, the couple bit the bullet — no pun intended.
What was intended to be a romantic getaway turned into a tragedy within seconds.
That's where 69 Positions comes in (no pun intended).
The measurements are intended for research conducted at the Weizmann Institute of Science-UCLA.
In my case, hurricane Tim (pun intended) was a jerk, which embarrassed me a lot.
While this style of jewelry was perhaps intended for men, women are no strangers to signet rings.
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Origin and Etymology of intend
INTEND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of intend for English Language Learners
: to plan or want to do (something) : to have (something) in your mind as a purpose or goal
: to plan for or want (someone or something) to do or be something
: to want (something that you control, provide, or have made) to be used for a particular purpose or by a particular person
INTEND Defined for Kids
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