For all intents and purposes vs. for all intensive purposes

While people generally use both for all intents and purposes and for all intensive purposes to mean “in every practical sense,” ”seeming as if,” or… Continue reading
from English Grammar http://www.englishgrammar.org/intents-purposes-intensive-purposes/

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