intendment

noun
in·​tend·​ment | \ in-ˈten(d)-mənt \

Definition of intendment

: the true meaning or intention especially of a law

First Known Use of intendment

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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intendment

noun
in·​tend·​ment | \ in-ˈtend-mənt \

Legal Definition of intendment

: the true meaning or intention especially of a law

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