intend (v.)
pretend, convey, purport, profess
Luc.121[] then is Tarquin brought unto his bed, / Intending weariness with heavy sprite
MA II.ii.32[Borachio to Don John] intend a kind of zeal both to the Prince and Claudio
R3 III.v.8[Buckingham to Richard] I can counterfeit ... / Intending deep suspicion
R3 III.vii.44[Buckingham to Richard] Intend some fear
Tim II.ii.215[Flavius to Timon, of the Senators] intending other serious matters
TS IV.i.189[Petruchio alone, of behaving badly towards Katherina] amid this hurly I intend / That all is done in reverend care of her
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