Thesaurus / want

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“I will fasten up your dress in the neck if that is what you want,” said she.
THE SHOULDERS OF ATLASMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
"Dunno ez I want ye now," she returned, with a toss of her head.
The latter are very much shocked at the want of propriety in the management of the English.
PENCILLINGS BY THE WAYN. PARKER WILLIS
But I have wrestled with misfortune in vain; I have struggled with want, till want has overcome me.
If you want some butter it doesn't matter whether you buy it from Brown or Jones or Robinson.'
Sometimes, however, a more than usual vividness of conception will make up for the want of this frequent coxistence.
If you find the formula, Madge, I want you to fix me up a solution for the kitchen pump!
THE MISSING FORMULAMILDRED A. WIRT, AKA ANN WIRT
I don't like saints of women and I want to keep on liking you, little Bluebird.
PATCHWORKANNA BALMER MYERS
You're like impatient children; what you want you want quickly.
"I think there's a scoop if you want to work it," said Pinney, darkly.

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