Wish


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Wish

Slang for "WSH." See Windows Script Host.
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Then an angel from heaven came to her and said: 'Be at rest, you shall have a son with the power of wishing, so that whatsoever in the world he wishes for, that shall he have.' Then she went to the king, and told him the joyful tidings, and when the time was come she gave birth to a son, and the king was filled with gladness.
The Queen ordered him to kneel, and then said that for playing so beautifully she would give him the wish of his heart.
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"Pardon me, monsieur le duc," interrupted Raoul, "do not tell the king so, for it is not the king I wish to serve."
I have done with our performances forever; and I wish to be set free from everything which might accidentally connect me with them in the future.
I should wish really to persuade you, I replied, if I could.
"You would wish a notary to be sent for then?" said Valentine.
'What do you wish?' asked I, annoyed at the vindictive expression of her countenance.
Speaker, I have heard with profound attention and entire approval the explanation of the honourable member, and wish to offer a few remarks on my own behalf.
The sudden acquisition of ten thousand pounds was the most remarkable charm of the young lady to whom he was now rendering himself agreeable; but Elizabeth, less clear-sighted perhaps in this case than in Charlotte's, did not quarrel with him for his wish of independence.
It has happened again and again that I have expressed a decided wish, and you have seemed to assent, yet after that you have secretly disobeyed my wish.
"Then I will undertake to make the first wish. Give me one of the Silver Pills."