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Spell Check of intended

Correct spelling: intended

Definition of intended:

  1. Betrothed.
  2. An affianced lover.

Common misspellings for intended:

indended, inteaded, intendid.


Google Ngram Viewer results for intended:

This graph shows how "intended" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for intended:

  1. Elizabeth intended you should! –  by
  2. He intended to throw the weapon far out of the window, but had not the strength. –  by
  3. It was never intended that they should have it, and I don't think they have it. – Second Shetland Truck System Report by William Guthrie

Quotes for intended:

  1. In honorable dealing you should consider what you intended, not what you said or thought.
  2. For the word is dialectical in itself and at the same time is integrated into the whole of existence. By this I mean that the word is intended to be lived.
  3. I wish you to inform the Court that my absence, though deliberate, is not intended in any way to be disrespectful. Nor is it prompted by any fear of the punishment which might be inflicted on me.
  4. A true servant of God will never teach a false doctrine. He will never deny new revelation. He never will tell you that the canon of scripture is full, or that the New Testament is the last revelation ever intended to be given to man.
  5. I needed to be accepted, not humored. I intended to act.