Antonyms for longed

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Then there would be jewels such as she had longed for, a portrait by Chartran, she thought.

She thought over it all day, and longed for the evening to come, when she might ask George about it.

He was oppressed with his weariness, and he longed for peace and ease of mind to come to him.

She longed to give it to Nimble Dick; he had saved her from so much this morning.

This was the vengeance for which she had longed, for which she had plotted, the vengeance she had at last achieved.

I longed to be by myself that I might recall Ned's every look and word.

And yet I longed to see him again, to be with him—somewhere, away from them all.

She longed for the quiet of the valley, for its cool, clean, wild air.

Meanwhile, she longed as never before to feel near to Martin.

He longed to hear Hinde admitting that he had been mistaken in John's quality.