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verb (wanted , wanting )
1 to feel a need or desire for something.
2 to need to be dealt with in a specified way The bin wants emptying .
3 colloq ought; need You want to take more care .
4 colloq to need (a certain treatment, etc) He wants his head examined .
5 intr (often want for something) to feel the lack of it That kid wants for nothing .
6 to require the presence of someone or something You are wanted next door .
7 to desire someone sexually.
1 a need or requirement.
2 a lack a want of discretion .
3 a state of need; destitution.
[12c: from Norse vanta to be lacking]
wanter noun .
for want of something in the absence of it.
in want of something needing it.
want to do something or want someone to do something to wish or require that it be done.

want There is sometimes confusion between want and wont.

want ad
noun , chiefly US a small advertisement, especially in a newspaper, specifying goods, property or employment, etc required by the advertiser. Brit equivalent classified advertisement or small ad.

1 needed or desired.
2 said of a person: being sought by the police on suspicion of having committed a crime, etc.

1 missing; lacking.
2 not up to requirements has been found wanting .
wanting in something not having enough of it.

adjective (wantoner , wantonest )
1 thoughtlessly and needlessly cruel.
2 motiveless wanton destruction .
3 sexually immoral; lewd or licentious.
4 unrestrained or prodigal.
5 old use playfully fanciful; whimsical.
noun , old use a wanton woman.
[Anglo-Saxon wan- not + togen disciplined]
wantonly adverb .
wantonness noun .

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