Third-person singular simple present indicative form of intend.(verb)
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Use "intendeth" in a sentence
"By transferring, when he intendeth the benefit thereof to some certain person or persons."
"Others serve to show the consequence or repugnance of one name to another; as when one saith, "a man is a body," he intendeth that the name of body is necessarily consequent to the name of man, as being but serval name of the same thing, man; which consequence is signified by coupling them together with the word is."
"And from this it is evident that he that giveth counsel pretendeth only (whatsoever he intendeth) the good of him to whom he giveth it."