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want

[wänt]
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Most of the students wanted to get an education because they thought it would enable them to earn more money as school-teachers.
Many of them, however, said that, as they could remain only for two or three months, they wanted to enter a high class and get a diploma the first year if possible.
I was high bred and had a great deal of spirit, and was very wild, no doubt, and gave them, I dare say, plenty of trouble, but then it was dreadful to be shut up in a stall day after day instead of having my liberty, and I fretted and pined and wanted to get loose.
She became obsessed with the thought that it wanted but a courageous act on her part to make all of her association with people some- thing quite different, and that it was possible by such an act to pass into a new life as one opens a door and goes into a room.
Then she went away, and told the old King that the thing inside the iron stove would not have her, but wanted the Princess.
So I said to myself that I never wanted to see you again; and every day, when the doctor asked if I wouldn't let him bring you to me, I said no.
But what's the chief point, I wanted to stay, and I stayed," he said, frowning.
Waiting, in silence, would have been agreeable enough, for I was full of matter for reflection, and wanted to give it a chance to work.
We got to bed early, for we wanted to make an early start, so as to take advantage of the cool of the morning.
He wanted to sit by her side and look at her, he wanted to touch her, he wanted.
I had but to step to the corner and get all I wanted at Joe Vigy's.
There was consciousness, animation, and warmth; there was every thing which her countenance or manner could ever have wanted.