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  • She had long expressed aspirations of becoming a coach after her playing career.
  • Her father suggested she become a school teacher but she had higher aspirations.
  • I had high aspirations, but there's only so much you can do.
  • Her aspiration towards film-making started right from the days at the end of her college life.
  • She even said she had high aspirations of being President one day.
  • After leaving college, she took a teaching position, but soon her aspirations turned to theatre.
  • He grew up in a working-class family with no literary aspirations.
  • Their aspirations were to see a truly local radio service for their home area.
  • From now on, my only wish is that you will hold to your initial aspiration.
  • Because of his wife's political aspirations, he can't go to the police.
  • She soon realized that her real aspiration was to become a college professor.
  • Upon meeting, the two quickly discovered they had similar taste in music and in their aspirations.
  • The two groups organized a meeting where they discussed their goals and aspirations.
  • I don't have real big aspirations to be a movie star.
  • Every age hath its own problem, and every soul its particular aspiration.
  • Over the years the commercial nature of his projects saw a trade-off with his creative aspirations.
  • Their aspirations are to help the poor and those suffering from ill-fortune.
  • He is very much a gentleman and filled with energy and aspirations.
  • Yes I found my every aspiration, In a camp where my friends will always be.
  • He blatantly used his newspaper to support his own projects and political aspirations.
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Words starting with aspiration

Meaning of aspiration

  • noun A will to succeed
  • noun A manner of articulation involving an audible release of breath