1 I'll tell her that you want to hear her.
2 She had never seemed to want him before.
3 But I don't want anything but my own way.
4 You want to rest," he said, "and to be quiet.
5 "I don't want to part in any ill humor," she said.
6 No; I don't want to do anything but just be quiet.
7 I don't want you to blame yourself, whatever comes.
8 He did not want the secrets of other lives thrust upon him.
9 Both children wanted to follow their father when they saw him starting out.
10 Madame Lebrun might have enjoyed the outing, but for some reason Edna did not want her.
11 I have a big scheme on hand, and want to be on the field proper to pull the ropes and handle the ribbons.
12 She did not want them to be wholly "children of the pavement," she always said when begging to have them for a space.
13 That is the reason I want to say you mustn't mind if I advise you to be a little careful while you are living here alone.
14 I don't want you to sing it, and she laid her glass so impetuously and blindly upon the table as to shatter it against a carafe.
15 The Colonel reproached his daughter for her lack of filial kindness and respect, her want of sisterly affection and womanly consideration.
16 You know I have a quick temper, but I don't want to quarrel or be rude to a woman, especially my wife; yet I'm driven to it, and feel like ten thousand devils after I've made a fool of myself.
17 But she did not want to appear unamiable and uninterested, so she had brought forth newspapers, which she spread upon the floor of the gallery, and under Madame Ratignolle's directions she had cut a pattern of the impervious garment.
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