Synonyms for aspiration:
mettle, hiatus, perseverance, staying power, dynamism, stressed, assonance, idealism, uvular, syllable, stress mark, silent, vocalic, palatal, phonemics, intonation, fricative, phonetics, perversity, IPA, schwa, Labiodental, persistence, alveolar, phonetic, unvoiced, consonant, sibilant, open vowel, plosive, phoneme, voiced, primary accent, moxie, secondary accent, vigor, stamina, phonology, bilabial, liquid, semivowel, vowel, aspirate, the law of the jungle, devoice, labiovelar, voiceless, primary stress, closed syllable, tenacity, unstressed, close vowel, retroflex, calling, grapheme, elision, diphthong, glottal, glottal stop, backbone, affricate.
Other synonyms and related words:
labial, palatal, consonant, affricate, backbone, vigor, stirring, aspirate, IPA, bilabial, determination, idea, thing, mark, hankering, idealism, vocalic, stop, push, endeavor, fight, perseverance, alveolar, devoice, inhalation, inclination, hiatus, persistence, intent, glottal, dream, rivalry, ingestion, mute, dreaming, plosive, stressed, inspiration, phoneme, Labiodental, call, phonetic, tone, intonation, retroflex, inhalant, plan, resolve, calling, semivowel, resolution, voiceless, design, perversity, emulation, assonance, direction, drive, breathing in, competition, syllable, commitment, labiovelar, pretension, purpose, point, want, grapheme, object, brainchild, ideal, diphthong, liquid, sibilant, elision, vowel, will, ambitiousness, end, pipe dream, nasal, weak, unstressed, tendency.
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
goal, hope (noun)
Usage examples for aspiration:
- Only now, on this dreary autumnal evening did it all quicken into life anew; and, as the remembrance was wafted over to them, the years which lay between faded away; hatred, strife, and bitterness, all grew dim; nothing remained but that deep inexpressible aspiration towards an unknown happiness which had first been called into being by the spirit bells of Vineta- nothing but the old sunset dream. - "Under a Charm, Vol. II. (of III) A Novel", E. Werner.
- There is, indeed, nothing concerning which people more fully feel that they cannot away with it than another man's aspiration. - "Fated to Be Free", Jean Ingelow.