Definition of aimful in English:

aimful

adjective

obsolete
rare
  • Originally: †with precise or careful aim (obsoleterare). Later: having aim or purpose (frequently in actual or implied contrast to aimless).

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in Aaron Hill (1685–1750), writer and entrepreneur. From aim + -ful.

Pronunciation

aimful

/ˈeɪmf(ʊ)l/