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1 This lever must serve some ulterior purpose.
2 I want to know what is our ulterior action.
3 She must have some ulterior motive for being nice to me—what does she really want?
4 She definitely had an ulterior motive in offering to help.
5 I suspect he may have had ulterior motives for being so generous.
6 I have an ulterior motive in offering to help you.
7 Jim had ulterior motives in buying me a drink he wants to borrow my van.
8 Sheila had an ulterior motive for trying to help Stan.
9 He had to have an ulterior motive.
10 They look around for other explanations and ulterior motives.
11 No ulterior motive lurks behind it,(www.Sentencedict.com) but it keeps you at a distance.
12 They were the sturdy facade, the ulterior design for a very canny flow of resources.
13 She was suspicious. Was there an ulterior motive behind his request?
14 An ulterior motive for performing text recognition is to convert existing printed material into a computer format that permits further processing.
15 He has an ulterior object in view.
16 She felt so free from ulterior motives.
17 There was no ulterior motive in his proposal.
18 Their groundless accusation is made with ulterior motives.
19 He claims he just wants to help Lisa but I suspect he has an ulterior motive.
20 He's just being nice. I don't think he has any ulterior motives .
21 It's not the kind of thing he'd do unless he had an ulterior motive .
22 The politician played on the patriotic sentiments of the people from ulterior motives.
23 The legislation pertaining to protection of wetlands and endangered species is clearly being abused by extremists pursuing ulterior motives.
24 Actually, he invited me out tonight, probably with an ulterior motive.
25 It was under the old law if done in pursuance of the ulterior intent, not if done simply to gain access.
26 However, for Guangming Ribao, all her appeals to students to end the demonstrations had an ulterior motive.
27 A member is entitled to a judgment that is free from any extraneous or ulterior motive.
28 The plaintiff must show that the defendant has turned a blind eye to truth in order to advance an ulterior object.
29 It was difficult to accept that Jane had no ulterior motives.
30 It was usually felt that the chap with his arm in a sling had an ulterior motive.
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