[ UK /ɪntˈɛndɪd/ ]
[ US /ˌɪnˈtɛndɪd, ɪnˈtɛndɪd/ ]
  1. future; betrothed
    his intended bride
  2. resulting from one's intentions
    an intended insult
    your intended trip abroad
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How To Use intended In A Sentence

  • It's not because I'm worried about what they might think, or anything ridiculous like that, it's because in a lot of cases this material was intended for me alone - either through an oral tradition or as a gnostic revelation from the spirits.
  • This facility is intended to help a few hundred families living in public housing by training them to be grocery store clerks.
  • In contrast, although not originally intended as permanent implants, in practice bioabsorbable hemostats are often left in the surgical bed to prevent rebleeding after surgical closure.
  • Use of a University-owned mobile telephone and mobile telephone airtime service is intended for official University business.
  • However, the measure intended to foster democracy will result in all three party leaders imposing a three-line whip on their respective MPs – a move hardly likely to ease the public's mistrust of Parliament. European Union: The referendum is an absurd sideshow | Observer editorial
  • Every single one of his intended blows was blocked and parried, even when the man tripped and fell backwards.
  • The *victim* of the defacement is the person who is intended to be fearful. The Volokh Conspiracy » The Shmulevich Case — Facts and New York Law, as I Can Best Figure Them Out:
  • The antidote is intended to protect residents from radioactive fallout from any missile attack on the nuclear station.
  • Many of the chapters in this volume specify educational programs that are intended to increase procedural knowledge. Advanced Educational Psychology For Educators, Researchers and Policymakers,
  • I saw wheel tracks to the right, crossed by similar tracks back again to the road, and I guessed that the postilion had intended to drive his horses down the byroad, but having found it too rough or too narrow had been compelled to return, even at the cost of loss of time in backing. Humphrey Bold A Story of the Times of Benbow
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