aimful

aimful

(ˈeɪmfʊl)
adj
possessing purpose or aim
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a) May banks carry out operations with budget funds on the basis of concluded contracts, carry out money transfers with the organs of executive power and municipal organs, provide for aimful use of budget funds allocated for the purpose of carrying out state and regional programs?
Eternity as pure presence has become an aimful path, interior, immediate, active.
Wallace argues that "In the works of Dickens and Hardy this struggle intensifies: Although their pedestrians retain their belief in Wordsworthian walking, the effort toward continuity produces mixed or negligible or even destructive effects, suggesting that even intentional, aimful walkers wander" (218).