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- v. Present participle of wish.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a. & n. from wish, v. t.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a specific feeling of desire
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The one good thing about having a lib as president is that at least now all Americans are united in wishing for success and safety for our brave men and women fighting for freedom.
The Republican caucus should be careful what they wish for in wishing he were gone.
Newforest: I'm sure everyone joins me in wishing you bon voyage.
Mexico is great place to RV in ..... wishing you the best!!! tepetapan
I think the President honestly tried to reach a hand out to them – their response was to follow Rush Limbaugh in wishing failure on the Obama administration.
Though am I alone in wishing he would focus on competence and indeed brilliance to do the job rather than ideological leanings?
Mat Parry: Though am I alone in wishing he would focus on competence and indeed brilliance to do the job rather than ideological leanings?
Our family joins with millions of others in wishing him a strong recovery.
Maybe in wishing the alien would help Don, we are wishing Don would help himself.
Maybe in wishing the alien would help Don we are wishing Don would help himself.