I want a drink...
Ian knows exactly what he wants in life...
People wanted to know who this talented designer was...
They began to want their father to be the same as other daddies...
They didn't want people staring at them as they sat on the lawn, so they put up high walls...
He wanted his power recognised...
I want my car this colour...
And remember, we want him alive.
I want to say how really delighted I am that you're having a baby...
Look, I wanted to apologize for today. I think I was a little hard on you.
Do you want another cup of coffee?...
Do you want to leave your bike here?
I want an explanation from you, Jeremy...
If you have a problem with that, I want you to tell me right now...
Do you want to tell me what all this is about?...
I want my money back!
The windows wanted cleaning...
Her hair wants cutting.
You want to be very careful not to have a man like Crevecoeur for an enemy...
You want to look where you're going, mate.
They were wanted by the police...
He has killed many in his time, and is wanted in at least three countries...
He was wanted for the murder of a magistrate.
Come on, darling. I want you.
Children should be wanted and planned...
I want this baby very much, because it certainly will be the last.
Albie wants you in his office...
They didn't want her as attorney general...
This is my territory. I want you out of here.
...a want of manners and charm...
The men were daily becoming weaker from want of rest.
He said they were fighting for freedom of speech, freedom of worship, and freedom from want.
She couldn't lift a spoon without a servant anticipating her wants and getting it for her...
Supermarkets often claim that they are responding to the wants of consumers by providing packaged foods.
Many of them had gone into teaching for want of anything better to do...
There was another emotion, and for want of a better word he called it grief.
Mary says you're welcome to stay the night if you want...
'Do you want to go through it all?' — 'Yeah, if you want.'
'I don't want to appear big-headed,' explains Loubet, 'but I would say there is a 95% chance of success.'...
Without wanting to sound mean about it, these things all have to come from a budget.
'What do you want!' she whispered savagely. 'Get out.'...
'Bernie's been on the phone.' — 'What does he want?'