Goal synonyms

gōl

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The object to be attained; intention or purpose
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The purpose, aim, or goal of a specific action or effort:
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A goal or principle, esp. one of a noble character
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A strong desire to gain a particular objective; specif., the drive to succeed, or to gain fame, power, wealth, etc.
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The definition of a target is an object or goal that is being aimed at.
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An aim that guides action; an objective:
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The art of designing
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A visible object of known position, serving as a guide or point of reference
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(Law) One's mental attitude, including purpose, will, determination, etc., at the time of doing an act
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A place or religious community regarded as sacredly devoted to God.
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Something one intends to get or do; intention; aim
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(Gram.) The objective case
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(Countable) A stream or brook in which water flows only seasonally.
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The cause or intention underlying a given action or situation:
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The cessation of an effort, activity, state, or motion.
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The definition of consummation is the act of fulfilling or ending something.
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(Archaic) An act of appointing or setting aside for a specific purpose.
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A goal or finishing point.
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A Native American culture that spread eastward across coastal Arctic regions to eastern Canada and Greenland from its beginnings in the Bering Strait region, flourishing from about 1000 to 1600.
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The reason for one's ruin; downfall:
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A limit; boundary
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(Chiefly Brit.) Either end of a transportation line, or a station or town located there; terminal
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A sense of importance or purpose:
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A mark formed by or as if by a sharp end.
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What one intends to do or achieve
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An aim or intention:
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Find another word for goal. In this page you can discover 38 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for goal, like: aim, object, ideal, ambition, target, intention, design, mark, intent, zion and purpose.