Sentence for wish | Use wish in a sentence

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  • And, Lena, my dear, write to inform him that we wish to offer him our congratulations. (10)
  • And, by-the-by, you had better not invite her any more on that account, as I wish her to find her situation as unpleasant as possible. (4)
  • At less than a gunshot from where I stood was as plainly defined a seabeach as one could wish to see. (7)
  • Besides, they were seldom in London, and in the country did not wish to know anyone, in any case. (8)
  • Did she wish them reconciled? (9)
  • Do you wish the case to be settled here, or do you wish it to go before a jury? (8)
  • Do you wish to rob her of her courage, and see her tremble? (10)
  • Do you think I wish you to stay? (10)
  • Harry began to yawn and wish very ardently for his sweet lady. (10)
  • He began to wish to know more of her, and as a step towards conversing with her himself, attended to her conversation with others. (4)
  • He had good reason to wish to find her. (10)
  • He had not even the wish to press her hand. (10)
  • He said he would come, he did not wish to come, and he came. (10)
  • His wish of staying longer evidently did not please; but it was not opposed. (4)
  • His reason voluntarily consigned her to the aristocracy as a natural appanage: but he did amorously wish that Fortune had made a lord of him. (10)
  • How I wish you had been with me to hear him! (10)
  • I wish I could see my way to drop it. (8)
  • I wish I could see my way to smoking another. (8)
  • I wish I dared; we have to bite our tongues. (10)
  • I wish I had a large acquaintance here with all my heart, and then I should get you a partner. (4)
  • I wish I had his pluck. (8)
  • I wish I had it, or him. (10)
  • I wish I were going everywhere in the world. (8)
  • I wish I were less sure he would not be at the next corner I turn. (10)
  • I wish he could have such company oftener. (4)
  • I wish he had not been obliged to tell you what he was trying for. (4)
  • I wish it were sold! (8)
  • I wish my dear Charlotte that you could but behold these Scotch giants; I am sure they would frighten you out of your wits. (4)
  • I wish some commoner person had happened along. (9)
  • I wish there were a better prospect than now appears of the match which the conclusion of your letter declares your expectations of. (4)
  • I wish they would stand up and let us have it over. (10)
  • I wish you good-night, gentlemen. (10)
  • I wish you were safely out of her clutches. (9)
  • I could wish it too. (10)
  • I could wish she were. (10)
  • I knew you would wish it. (4)
  • I only wish I could do it again, then I should feel some use. (8)
  • I say only that it may: and the wish to marry is a rosy colouring . (10)
  • I should wish to make a gentleman of him. (10)
  • I will never believe that any man could be such a soulless clod as to wish to keep her bound. (8)
  • I wish, and intend to repair the wrong to the utmost of my power. (10)
  • In fact, she left her with it clasped to her breast, and bowing speechless toward the giver in a vain wish to express her gratitude. (9)
  • It had been of late her wish or a dream, shaping hourly to a design, now positively to go through that furnace. (10)
  • It is my wish, and that arms you. (10)
  • It was his wish that Dahlia should keep silence concerning him. (10)
  • Nataly gratified her spoken wish. (10)
  • Only let me assure you, my dear Miss Elizabeth, that I can from my heart most cordially wish you equal felicity in marriage. (4)
  • Or, if you would wish to meet me elsewhere, it shall be where you please: but immediately. (10)
  • She goes with you purely because it is my wish: do not forget that. (10)
  • She had no wish to exchange him for another; and that was a strengthening thought. (10)
  • She imagined herself to have lost the power to think; certainly she had not the striving or the wish. (10)
  • She no longer knew what she wished; she only knew that she had no right to wish anything. (9)
  • Surely this embodiment of respectability and the sense of property could not wish to bring such a slur on his own sister! (8)
  • The general appeared just before dinner and frankly avowed the same wish. (9)
  • The unfilial wish attacked me frequently: he could be, and was, so ravishing to strangers and light acquaintances. (10)
  • To consider it as the certain wish of every being who could hope to influence you! (4)
  • Treffry expressed a wish to see Herr Paul; it was a long while before the latter could summon courage to go in. (8)
  • Vernon, to whom her own behaviour was far from unexceptionable, might for a time make her wish for retirement. (4)
  • What many writers nowadays wish, is to produce an effect, grand and immediate, to play the part of geniuses. (9)
  • What more could I wish? (1)
  • Yes, I could wish that. (10)
  • You wish to meet him as if no unkindness had parted you, and as if you were to be always together after this? (9)
  • You do not want me, you have as much of me as you want; and you wish the rest of me to be dead. (8)
  • Your wish comes true. (8)

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