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ulterior

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishulteriorul‧te‧ri‧or /ʌlˈtɪəriə $ -ˈtɪriər/ adjective   ulterior motive/purpose etc
Examples from the Corpus
ulteriorThey were the sturdy facade, the ulterior design for a very canny flow of resources.It was under the old law if done in pursuance of the ulterior intent, not if done simply to gain access.An ulterior motive for performing text recognition is to convert existing printed material into a computer format that permits further processing.No ulterior motive lurks behind it, but it keeps you at a distance.A member is entitled to a judgment that is free from any extraneous or ulterior motive.They look around for other explanations and ulterior motives.
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