Grammar Patterns

with N

The 'aim' group

These nouns are used when indicating what someone wants or expects to happen.
Towards the end of the decade, though, Welsh quit that lifestyle and returned home with the aim of getting a haircut and a proper job.
He's also accused of possessing a firearm with intent to endanger life.
I don't think anyone should buy a property like this with a view to making money.
  • with intent to ...
  • with the aim of ...
  • with the promise of ...
  • with the prospect of ...
  • with an eye to ...
  • with a view to ...
  • with ... hope of ...
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