from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who wants, or who wants something
- v. Eye dialect spelling of want to.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who wants; one who is in need.
- n. An unmarried person who wants a mate.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who wants or needs something
As far as more toys, it would be nice, but I don't want to get my "wanter" stuck on too much new stuff.
I ain 'said nuffin' ter you 'bout it, Mars Dick, fer I did n 'wanter' sturb yo 'min'; but I don 'like it, suh; no, suh, I don'!
They say she was a size 0 when she came to work and Bay wanter her a little thicker, around 2 or 4.
A headline wanter who looks like he's trying too hard to be what he THINKS voters are looking for.
Eszter Ujhazi from Budapest, the e-mail sender, wanter Doctor Sibia to help his dog suffering from cancer.
Guy, have a wanter through the Mini-Burger archives.
I wanted to get a few photos with raindrops on the petals and also wanter to catch some of the Irises before they were faded entirely.
It's another to wanter the country side, doing good deads and serving no master save justice and your own Scruples!
I'm a huge fan of 7-minute frosting, and recently discovered a less complicated method - just add the sugar to the egg white mixture, boil the wanter separately, slowly add as the mixer is running, and proceed as normal.
The bloodless shades without either body or bones wanter.