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Even your cosy little mind must have some capacity to dream, some concept of aspiration. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE (2004)"'Your aspiration of becoming an asarya - this is a blind man's quest. THE BROKEN GOD (2004)I can't even find a single aspiration in myself that points in that direction. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2004)
4 You have what you think of as a dream, some sort of aspiration that seems to you to be unreal, a pipe-dream. THE BOOK OF THE DIE (2004)
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British English: aspiration NOUN
Someone's aspirations are their desire to achieve things.
...the needs and aspirations of our pupils.
Definition of aspiration from the Collins English Dictionary
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