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ache to want very much. [1/3 definitions]
aspire to want strongly; have as an aim (usually followed by to or after).
attraction a movie, concert, or other event that many people want to see. [1/3 definitions]
care to want or wish (followed by "for"). [1/8 definitions]
desirable having good, valuable, or useful qualities that people want. [1/2 definitions]
desire to want or wish for. [1/3 definitions]
die1 to need or want very much. [1/4 definitions]
grudge to not want to give or allow. [1/2 definitions]
hardship a condition of great want, suffering, or difficulty. [1/2 definitions]
hold on to hold an object for the support or safety of your body or because you do not want to lose it. [1/2 definitions]
hope to want events to turn out well. [1/5 definitions]
impulse a sudden wish or desire that makes a person want to do something. [1/2 definitions]
incentive something that makes a person want to work or do something.
infinitive the simple form of a verb that has no subject and does not show past, present or future tense. It is usually formed by the word "to" followed by the base form of a verb. In the sentence, "I want to leave now," "to leave" is an infinitive.
itchy having or causing a feeling in one's skin that makes one want to scratch.
like2 to feel a desire or want. [1/4 definitions]
long2 to want very much (often followed by "for").
lust to want or like very much (often followed by "for" or "after"). [1/2 definitions]
meek doing what others want; not standing up for oneself; tame. [1/2 definitions]
need a state of want; poverty. [1/6 definitions]
protest a formal action of a group of people who want something to be changed or who are against something that is planned to happen. [1/4 definitions]