To avoid blame, Cantor claimed that the Democrats were intending to do the same and he just wanted to preempt them.
The night before he bought a lot of crack-cocaine on credit with no way to pay, intending to kill himself after smoking.
Ten years ago he broke into a house owned by a woman named Lola Nixon, intending to commit burglary.
He also suggested on Twitter that he was intending to continue to work closely with the organization.
In November 2010, he staged airlifts of Italian women to Libya, intending to pair them off with eligible Libyan bachelors.
The emperor, Alexius, intending to complain, sent messengers to Peter.
This they put aside, intending to hand it to Cavendish, as it would be of interest to him.
She took refuge in "The Red Pig," intending to go the next morning.
He sent her there, intending to join her as soon as he had collected his black mail.
The gardens are highly commended, but we did not go in, intending to reach Pontoise by dinner.
c.1300, "direct one's attention to," from Old French entendre, intendre "to direct one's attention" (in Modern French principally "to hear"), from Latin intendere "turn one's attention, strain," literally "stretch out, extend," from in- "toward" (see in- (2)) + tendere "to stretch" (see tenet). Sense of "have as a plan" (late 14c.) was present in Latin. A Germanic word for this was ettle, from Old Norse ætla "to think, conjecture, propose," from Proto-Germanic *ahta "consideration, attention" (cf. Old English eaht, German acht). Intended (n.) "one's intended husband or wife" is from 1767.