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Sentence count:74Posted:2016-12-14Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: aimdesireseekstriveSimilar words: aspirationinspireperspirespiralempireconspiracyinspirationgraspMeaning: [əs'paɪə]  v. have an ambitious plan or a lofty goal. 
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(1) You aspire to do great things? Begin with little ones.
(2) Few people who aspire to fame ever achieve it.
(3) I don't aspire to anything very grand - I just want a place I can call my own.
(4) It's a description to aspire to.
(5) We can aspire to a higher consciousness.
(6) We can aspire to excellence in the arts, broadcasting and sport.
(7) To hold such a cure, a man must aspire to the crown of humanity.
(8) In life what you aspire will transpire - be it loss or gain, sun or rain,[] joy or pain. RVM 
(9) Those who aspire to the education front bench should reach higher levels.
(10) It is both the goal to which we aspire and the end result that is capable of leaving us unfulfilled.
(11) Most of us aspire to be as good in our jobs as Rice is in his.
(12) Other institutions which grew in stature might aspire, one day and if they behaved, to become universities themselves.
(13) As in Darcy's Utopia, in the future we aspire to.
(14) Fans may aspire to progress through this hierarchy, and within each group certain role positions are open.
(15) To interest my heart and soul in my work, and aspire to the highest efficiency in the achievement of results. To be patiently receptive of just criticism and profit from its teaching.
(16) The house was altogether superior to the kind of thing most men of Adam's age could aspire to.
(17) We need positive role models for young women to aspire to.
(18) Women not in immediate physical danger were considered privileged enough and therefore not entitled to aspire to or expect equality.
(19) It is a sign of the economic desperation that young people even aspire to work in impoverished Moscow and Bucharest.
(20) He has a much more refined sensibility than I even aspire to.
(21) The cultivation of creativity is the most important requirement of men who aspire to the highest reaches of the transcendent world.
(22) Japanese novelists deal with the question of old age in a way few other writers can aspire to.
(23) Accepting all the good and bad about someone. It's a great thing to aspire to. The hard part is actually doing it. Sarah Dessen 
(24) Sacrifice is a part of life. It's supposed to be. It's not something to regret. It's something to aspire to. Mitch Albom 
(25) Both theories are exercises in analytical moral philosophy which aspire to provide rational principles to support particular conceptions of just social arrangements.
(26) In what distant deeps or skies burnt the fire of thine eyes? On what wings dare he aspire?
(27) Folk-song was a special case: here words were said to aspire to the condition of music.
(28) Purely descriptive studies serve as the raw data for those comparative studies that aspire to higher levels of explanation.
(29) Partnerships differ in scope, purpose and specific orientation and in the nature of relationship they aspire to.
(30) Years later, Ogwen apprenticeship having been served, we began to aspire to their routes, knees knocking at our effrontery.
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