He responds coyly, “I can assure you my intentions are strictly honorable.”
The Rand Paul episode tells us nothing about the Obama administration's intentions.
We might even grant that animals have intentions and feelings.
Without a clear sign of U.S. intentions, Elise Jordan argues, the Afghan people are becoming anti-American.
His intentions as a yoga teacher are to help students connect to their bodies and their inner selves.
Ferdinand had entered the employ of this Orgon with the intentions of a Tartuffe.
And what are your intentions with regard to this fair captive?
The intentions that I bear towards you now are of another kind.
He had not intended this; it seemed hardly his fault: his intentions had been good, or at least not bad.
No one, I think, will venture to impugn the motives or the purity of the intentions of Miss Heald in taking this step.
mid-14c., from Old French entencion "stretching, intensity, will, thought" (12c.), from Latin intentionem (nominative intentio) "a stretching out, straining, exertion, effort; attention," noun of action from intendere "to turn one's attention," literally "to stretch out" (see intend).
intention in·ten·tion (ĭn-těn'shən)
An aim that guides action.
The process by which or the manner in which a wound heals.