Wants

Common misspellings for wants:

fantisy, wantot, twents, sants, wasts, wantin, warnt, whant, wantrs, vanaties, warrnts, warants, gantz, gants, wantyou, wents, walts, vacants, wonas, wantesd, vanties, wanmts, wanto, wintson, weant, wintess, watns, want, warentees, wenters, wahnt, siants, wahts, wentg, waynes, wamts, wonts, hanuts, dants, wentt, wuantity, wantes, wanter, whinds, wantsd, wanth, wnats, wanrs, vaniites, wento, warnaty, wentto, wantg, wantd, fnatasy, wats, wantsto, anuts, wantig, huants, wqants, winstson, wwonts, shewants, wantss, wasnts, wannt, wante, hewants, wwant, wantef, vanitys, wontons, fantsey, bants, fantas, whantd, warenties, wan'ts, wallnuts, can'ts, vonts, wantto, warntee, eants, wantabe, wan't, thants, wantet, laints, weaponds, wearnt, qanats, vanitas, vamints, wanyt, wantsher, wannts, wanta, wwants, windsw, vaniteis, woant, wondes, want'd, whan't, warn't, hants, waent, whants, waont, wentr, wantr, wantde, wantgs, wente, wantts, wanteds, weants, lants, wanut, warannts, wonte, pnats, wanten, won'tbe, wantever, wanst, wantu, vints, wansts, wantsa, wanters, wantz, warnty, wantt, wangs, waint, wonths, ventse, wontt, vanty, wndsor, wunds, waintg, w3ant, wanet, fantsy, waant, wundows, wanty, wingtsun, woonds, wantid, twints, warents, waants, wanat, winetrs, woinds, wonds, wanedt, wingnuts, wundt, wantas, wantst, wattz, wawnt, w2ant, kants, wann't, wnts, wentout, fnatisy, wans, wantobe, wanti, wonton's, wanys, won'ts, wans't, wasn'tas, wearn't, wintout, wont't, relie s, 3ants, 2ants, wznts, wsnts, wwnts, wqnts, wan6s, wan5s, wantw, qwants, awants, swants, wsants, ewants, 3wants, w3ants, 2wants, w2ants, wzants, waznts, wawnts, waqnts, wabnts, wanbts, wamnts, wajnts, wanjts, wahnts, wanhts, wanrts, wanfts, wantfs, wangts, wanyts, wantys, wan6ts, want6s, wan5ts, want5s, wantzs, wantsz, wantxs, wantsx, wantds, wantse, wantws, wantsw, 7ants, wcnts, wan4s, wanps, wanvs, wanus, want3, wantc, w ants, wa nts, wan ts, want s.

Usage examples for wants

  1. What are we going to do about it, he wants to know."  Watchbird by Robert Sheckley
  2. He wants to save you.  In-Darkest-England-and-the-Way-Out by Booth, William
  3. Sir Richard Arden is at the door, and he wants to know whether his sister, Miss Arden, has arrived here from Mortlake.  Checkmate by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
  4. Now what do you suppose he wants?  Penny Nichols and the Knob Hill Mystery by Joan Clark
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