sense of purpose

  1. the quality of having a definite purpose
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How To Use sense of purpose In A Sentence

  • Behind the affable exterior and easy smile is an iron will and sense of purpose. The Sun
  • As politicians targeted such so-called frills, they never paused to consider the longterm implications of depriving inmates of the few things that made it possible to maintain a sense of purpose and self-worth. THE ENVY OF The World
  • Whereas dubstep tended to loiter without much palpable intent, Grime has an implacable Terminator-focus, a stalker's unwavering sense of purpose.
  • There, amid the danger and terrible conditions, he found a new sense of purpose.
  • Learned grown-ups and leaders have to move with a sense of purpose, in a fixed direction.
  • How far is it affected by motivation, by a clear sense of purpose, as with the microwave ovens?
  • He is a great man to turn up year after year and his stamina and sense of purpose is unequalled.
  • What activities give you a sense of purpose and satisfaction?
  • Well, not much if you chose to ignore the most pin-point hand-eye co-ordination in the modern game, spring-heeled athleticism, deceptive power at close quarters, an astute tactical brain, an inner calm and sense of purpose that drew the best from those around him and deft hands for what used to be called subtle, well-weighted passes and are now termed an off-load as if the practice had never existed before. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • And she said that her pastor's sermons had given her a sense of purpose.
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