Aspiratory



pertaining to or suited for aspiration.

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  • Aspire

    to long, aim, or seek ambitiously; be eagerly desirous, especially for something great or of high value (usually followed by to, after, or an infinitive): to aspire after literary immortality; to aspire to be a doctor. Archaic. to rise up; soar; mount; tower. Contemporary Examples The Washington landscape is populated by myriad young women who […]

  • Aspire to

    to long, aim, or seek ambitiously; be eagerly desirous, especially for something great or of high value (usually followed by to, after, or an infinitive): to aspire after literary immortality; to aspire to be a doctor. Archaic. to rise up; soar; mount; tower. verb (intransitive) usually foll by to or after. to yearn (for) or […]



  • Aspire after

    to long, aim, or seek ambitiously; be eagerly desirous, especially for something great or of high value (usually followed by to, after, or an infinitive): to aspire after literary immortality; to aspire to be a doctor. Archaic. to rise up; soar; mount; tower. verb (intransitive) usually foll by to or after. to yearn (for) or […]

  • Aspired

    to long, aim, or seek ambitiously; be eagerly desirous, especially for something great or of high value (usually followed by to, after, or an infinitive): to aspire after literary immortality; to aspire to be a doctor. Archaic. to rise up; soar; mount; tower. Contemporary Examples He had aspired to construct an epic figure after visiting […]



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