The Senate, she said, was no longer the sort of place she wished to spend the next six years of her life.
McKeon wished them all happy holidays and retired to his chambers.
Only on Broadway could they write what they wanted and adventurously as they wished.
She also wished the “Iron Lady,” who suffers from dementia, a happy birthday in October.
Historians have studied the question, and the answer is there for Murray to discover, if he wished.
Some one wished to buy a certain thing, and some one else wished to buy it also.
"In truth, my father, I wished to avoid the pain of parting," rejoined Philæmon.
He wished to confine himself to facts, however, which not all journalists do.
Even this, however, failed to afford them as much variety as they wished.
That was what Paulo wished, and therefore have they condemned him as a criminal.
Old English wyscan "to wish," from Proto-Germanic *wunskijanan (cf. Old Norse æskja, Danish ønske, Swedish önska, Middle Dutch wonscen, Dutch wensen, Old High German wunsken, German wunschen "to wish"), from PIE *wun-/*wen-/*won- "to strive after, wish, desire, be satisfied" (cf. Sanskrit vanati "he desires, loves, wins," Latin venus "love, sexual desire, loveliness," venerari "to worship;" see Venus). The noun is attested from c.1300. Wish fulfillment (1901) translates German wunscherfüllung (Freud, "Die Traumdeutung," 1900).