Sentences for Want, Sentences with Want Meaning and Synonym Words

Sentences for Want, Sentences with Want Meaning and Synonym Words



  • Have a desire to possess or do (something); wish for.(verb)
  • Ought, should, or need to do something.(verb)
  • Lack or be short of something desirable or essential.(verb)
Verb(V1)Past Tense(V2)Past Participle(V3)

desire, wish for, hope for, fancy, have a fancy for, take a fancy to, have an inclination for, care for, like, set one’s heart on, should, ought, need, must, lack, absence, non-existence, unavailability, wish, desire, demand, longing, yearning, fancy, craving, hankering,

Example Sentences with want
  • What would Samuel want with me?
  • Why would I want your watch?
  • What would Alex want that for?
  • If you want, you can go to the park.
  • He didn’t want to go to school today, however he had a very important exam.
  • However you want to do it is fine with me.
  • We are tired; however, we don’t want to go to bed.
  • Which car do you want to buy?
  • This is the car which Alex wants to buy.
  • Do you want proof?
  • We don’t want to keep Samuel waiting.
  • Therefore, he wanted to draw attention to the report of the state about the invisible members of the assembly.
  • My friends wanted to go outside. Nevertheless, it is raining.
  • Amanda doesn’t want to talk to him as well as not care about him.
  • I could have run away from my mother, as I wanted to.
  • Do you want me to count these?
  • Do you want to come along with us?