English words and Examples of Usage

use "aspire" in a sentence

“I remember reading a list of careers (young women) aspire to,” she said.

Women aspire to do well, be successful and climb the career ladder.

The way we aspire to eat doesn't always match up with how we actually eat.

Seven or more billion people cannot all have the material lives we each aspire to.

Today we set out our bold plan to back families who aspire to buy their own home.

Prisons are also contrary to the values of li

berty that any civilized society ought to aspire to.

A view of Ford's new Figo Aspire car on display at a showroom in New Delhi, India, August 11, 2015.

And people all around the world aspire to -- and are working toward

-- this standard of life.

For an associate to be proposed for membership into La Cosa Nostra is what these criminals aspire to.

But most of all, this son of Tecumseh was the kind of citizen the rest of us should aspire to


OneVision aspire to offer 23 channels coinciding with the free-to-air channels.

This jobs will not aspire to move from their own machine.

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