commonThe team worked together to achieve their common goal
majorMy major goal is to become a successful businessman.
mutualWe have a mutual goal of achieving success.
specificThe team is working towards achieving a specific goal
overallThe overall goal of the project is to develop a new method for diagnosing Alzheimer's disease.
secondMy second goal is to become a doctor.
immediateHis immediate goal was to find a job.
singleHer single goal was to succeed in her career.
originalThe team persisted despite falling short of their original goal
initialWe established the initial goal of completing the project by the end of the year.
definiteWe marched on with a definite goal in mind.
distantThe distant goal seemed impossible to reach.
therapeuticThe therapeutic goal is to improve the patient's quality of life.
ambitiousHer ambitious goal was to become a doctor.
educationalI am passionate about achieving my educational goal of becoming a doctor.
eventualThe eventual goal of the project is to create a self-sustaining ecosystem.
intendedThe intended goal of the project was to develop a new product.
worthwhileWorking towards a worthwhile goal can be very rewarding.
legitimateAttaining a legitimate goal often requires great effort and commitment.
loftyWith a lofty goal in mind, she set out to accomplish the nearly impossible.
unattainableShe was told by her parents that her unattainable goal of becoming an astronaut was only a dream.
yardThe kicker successfully made the yard goal
difficultHer ambitious dream was indeed a difficult goal to achieve.
sharedWe all worked towards the shared goal of completing the project.
obviousThe obvious goal was to win the game.