You remember them from college: the Jesus freaks, intent on spreading the “Good News,” somewhere between quaint and creepy.
“We know that he came here with the intent of finding an administrator,” Jordan said in the press conference.
Back to today: Israel is responding not only to Iran's actions but also to its rhetoric, its statements of intent.
Grubbs was indicted in January for possession of controlled substances with intent to distribute.
If that is the case, there are a few things they can do to show their intent.
And so Iphinoe came to the Minyae; and they asked with what intent she had come among them.
She could see her father looking at her, intent, as if he wondered.
He surveyed the benches haughtily once, then set forward again, intent on Nilo.
In "Lear," Shakespeare was intent on expressing his own disillusion and naked misery.
It is not often that such a Godsend comes in the way of an under-secretary; and he was intent upon his performance.
"purpose," early 13c., from Old French entente, from Latin intentus "a stretching out," in Late Latin "intention, attention," noun use of past participle of intendere "stretch out, lean toward, strain," literally "to stretch out" (see intend).
"very attentive," late 14c., from Latin intentus "attentive, eager, waiting, strained," past participle of intendere "to strain, stretch" (see intend). Related: Intently.