(?), n. [OE. entendement understanding, insight, F. entendement, fr. LL. intendimentum. See Intend.]
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1. Charge; oversight. [Obs.] Ford.
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2. Intention; design; purpose.
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The intendment of God and nature.
Jer. Taylor.
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3. (Law) The true meaning, understanding, or intention of a law, or of any legal instrument.
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