intentioned

[in-ten-shuhnd]
adjective
having particular or specified intentions (often used in combination): a well-intentioned person.

Origin:
1640–50; intention + -ed3

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And missionaries, while often well-intentioned, tried to stamp out native
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  of it even well-intentioned.
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