Her 18-year-old daughter, an aspiring animator, is headed for art school, she says.
The 19-year-old Jou, an aspiring doctor, often tutored and volunteered at charities around her Rancho Santa Margarita home.
The highly educated daughter of a senator running for president, stepdaughter of an heiress, aspiring film director.
Egan said he had grown up in the Midwest, aspiring to be an actor.
One of them, Troy Jones, a 19-year-old aspiring photojournalist, remembered Brown from the scrimmage line.
You will find in your platoons dukes sons and cooks sons, aspiring generals—and some ruddy fools.
Yet under all these clouds, their spirit was hopeful and aspiring.
It is not pleasant to be called green, but I would rather be green and aspiring than blase and hide-bound at nineteen.
"I hope so," said Harry, in an aspiring tone, which greatly satisfied his tutor.
In his aspirations the American is more constant than an Englishman,—or I should rather say he is more constant in aspiring.
"to strive for," c.1400, from Old French aspirer "aspire to; inspire; breathe, breathe on" (12c.), from Latin aspirare "to breathe upon, to breathe," also, in transferred senses, "to be favorable to, assist; to climb up to, to endeavor to obtain, to reach to, to seek to reach; infuse," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + spirare "to breathe" (see spirit (n.)). The notion is of "panting with desire," or perhaps of rising smoke. Related: Aspired; aspiring.