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Origin of intent2
OTHER WORDS FROM intentin·tent·ly, adverbin·tent·ness, noun
Words nearby intent
Example sentences from the Web for intentness
She advanced into the room, smiling vaguely—vaguely hesitating, an intentness under the hesitation.Paths of Judgement|Anne Douglas Sedgwick
Then he glanced this way and that with wide eyes; his ears sang with intentness of listening.By What Authority?|Robert Hugh Benson
Enid looked at him with a keenness, an intentness, which struck him as remarkable.A Life Sentence|Adeline Sergeant
Her eloquence dried up before the intentness of his face, and she just stared up at him.The Freelands|John Galsworthy
Miss L. (looking at Stonor with intentness but quite calmly).Votes for Women|Elizabeth Robins
British Dictionary definitions for intentness
Derived forms of intentintently, adverbintentness, noun
Word Origin for intent
Idioms and Phrases with intentness
see to all intents and purposes.