Definition of Aimfully
1. aimful [adv] - See also: aimful
Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Aimfully Images
Lexicographical Neighbors of Aimfully
aimfully (current term)
Literary usage of Aimfully
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Manhood of Humanity: The Science and Art of Human Engineering by Alfred Korzybski (1921)
"Electricity produced in the skies comes down in an often disastrous manner. Electricity, produced aimfully, runs our railroads; just so the enormous power ..."
2. Philosophical Problems in the Light of Vital Organization by Edmund Montgomery (1907)
"Anax- agoras conceived as the implied directing cause of motion a superior, self-moving kind of animated matter, which aimfully imparts motion to the other ..."
3. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1895)
"... aimfully directed movements of our appropriately organised living body, and the evidently unconscious, purposeless motions of things in which no ..."
4. Putnam's Magazine: Original Papers on Literature, Science, Art, and National by John Walter Osborne (1870)
"Is it any more aimfully spent if she uses it to prepare little Miss to mince abroad alone in such fantastic guise as plain old grandma epitomized the other ..."
5. The Teaching of English in the Elementary and the Secondary School by Percival Chubb (1902)
"... and the vital appreciation of great literature, may be made, and ought aimfully to be made, work for character, for virtue, for social perfection. ..."
6. Benign Stupors: A Study of a New Manic-depressive Reaction Type by August Hoch (1921)
"When it was present, she would strike quite aimfully; once she struck the nurse and said, "You are the cause of it all," and once, when the nurse tried to ..."