Common misspellings for want:
whynot, warrnt, iwent, wante3d, swinto, han't, woren't, waranty, winte, wantedd, wabt, vanitiy, willnot, wantot, sant, wiakato, warant, wrrant, qant, wasent, wast, whart, wemnt, wallnut, warintee, wanterd, wonton, wantin, warnt, werrnt, whwhat, veent, worent, whant, wannna, nwent, vaent, wernot, auant, wanrt, wallent, warrnty, gwinett, was'nt, twoenty, wantyou, whernt, vinyet, whagt, wasn'ty, forwand, wenet, wasntt, wenth, waiti, iwant, waut, whatn, watn, whent, vanct, siant, whayt, wenrt, youwon't, whatt, wanto, win't, warnth, weant, iwont, wanint, whnet, walunt, wnt, twonty, warnout, an't, wenty, want, wasnot, whenit, wsent, wen't, wahnt, eant, won''t, whenter, earnt, wentg, wonjt, warnet, waweti, wonts, waait, wentt, wayand, swent, mant, wuantity, wantes, wanter, waitn, wahat, whact, wanth, woun't, woranty, wento, nowand, whnt, wlanut, wnat, wqnt, gant, werern't, wwasnt, thwenty, wanan, warnaty, wentto, zant, wantg, nwait, waytt, wantd, washt, wantted, awnt, wayto, larnt, wodent, wanna, wennt, woint, wrranty, fanta, wnnt, vibant, vaacnt, ewant, dwant, wantig, wanbt, xan't, woond, waght, newand, vacnat, wo'nt, want4ed, waintin, wintow, wanated, tweanty, wantss, fanit, vacnt, wannt, wante, walnt, tant, whount, vanact, wwant, waitint, was't, wantef, waiit, warnm, warentty, anyt, wohat, woon't, whosn't, wantch, vcant, wront, werent't, vanutu, wantign, wwanted, whenout, twent, vaant, woulnt, whantd, dant, wan'ts, qwant, wornout, wsnt, waarant, werent, watet, twanty, wsn't, wantto, warntee, wasnt, wewant, waitd, wantabe, cant, wan't, willn't, wunt, vanaty, wedon't, wopn't, wakout, wantet, won'th, vainty, warmt, woudunt, woodant, vainity, warentee, vanant, waqnt, wernt, awaint, theywant, watnt, wearnt, wason't, want'ed, wasnn't, walt, weany, wawit, kant, wosent, whacht, wacht, whatto, wpn't, wann, wnent, wantewd, wanyt, wontid, waot, wwait, wayt, waiht, wqant, wilnot, wat, ween't, wantsher, wannts, wanta, warenty, wwants, wasnet, vwhat, woant, wsan't, wwenrt, won'thy, vesant, wwnt, twant, what't, lant, want'd, whan't, wantthe, wint, vant, warn't, wantede, wauna, wsanet, raint, vancat, worn't, warcat, waent, whants, wattanty, wanye, waont, wassnt, wornt, wentr, hant, watw, wanteed, wantr, awayand, wsint, wantde, haent, wanteda, wonot, wente, whtn, wantts, huant, wewent, weinand, wonlt, wasant, youwant, wamt, weants, whont, wany, wang, wenbt, wanetd, watend, wanut, wonte, wanten, winth, wwnot, whawt, ywaned, won'tbe, wantever, wudnt, weait, wenter, weent, waht, hewent, twwenty, wvent, wanst, wantu, winetr, warantty, warante, wantthat, wantsa, wana, warinty, wantz, warnty, warnd, wantt, whaqt, waint, wount, ttwenty, waita, wonet, wouidn't, ian't, wank, whaft, rawand, wabnt, wontt, wednt, wanmt, wolnt, vanty, waintg, w3ant, wauit, wanet, nwant, waant, wernet, wonam, wifeand, waasn't, wanty, wonn't, wendt, whasent, vantiy, went, wantid, fant, fantay, waneted, wasint, worenty, waants, wanat, whaat, wonm't, whnat, wanjt, wontet, whaht, woodnt, uwant, wanedt, wirint, warrnat, vacaent, wundt, whanthey, wantas, warent, awant, wawnt, uant, w2ant, lwant, wann't, wintir, wewnt, wault, showand, wnant, wentout, wantied, wontan, wanr, wwent, was'ent, can''t, ca'nt, dawnt, dan't, haen't, wanda, tawnt, rwenty, twentty, twenyty, vanatu, wans, wantobe, w0nt, wan, wanti, whanet, wanyted, wanintg, won'ts, warrnet, waesnt, wans't, wasan't, wasen't, wasin't, wasint't, wasn''t, wasnt't, wassn't, weasnt, wosn't, lwent, qwent, when't, wrnt, waren't, we'ren't, wearn't, wer'nt, were'nt, weren''t, wern't, whern't, wwet, whuent, wintout, whon't, woin't, woln't, won'r, wonh't, wonl't, wont't, wiont, wouln't, 3ant, wznt, wan6, wan5, swant, wsant, 3want, 2want, wzant, waznt, wamnt, wajnt, wanht, wanft, wantf, wangt, wan6t, want6, wan5t, want5, 7ant, wcnt, wa.t, wanp, wanv, w ant, wa nt, wan t.
Definition of want:
- 1. Desire unfulfilled. 2. Detrimental lack of a life necessity. See need.
- To be absent; to be deficient or lacking; to fail; not to be sufficient; to fall or come short; to lack; -- often used impersonally with of; as, it wants ten minutes of four.
- To be deficient; to fail; to be lacking; to fall short.
- To be without; to be destitute of, or deficient in; not to have; to lack; as, to want knowledge; to want judgment; to want learning; to want food and clothing.
- To have occasion for, as useful, proper, or requisite; to require; to need; as, in winter we want a fire; in summer we want cooling breezes.
- To feel need of; to wish or long for; to desire; to crave.
- To be without; have need of; desire.
- To need; wish for.
- To feel the need of; desire.
- To be without; be in need of; lack; require.
- The state of not having; the condition of being without anything; absence or scarcity of what is needed or desired; deficiency; lack; as, a want of power or knowledge for any purpose; want of food and clothing.
- Specifically, absence or lack of necessaries; destitution; poverty; penury; indigence; need.
- That which is needed or desired; a thing of which the loss is felt; what is not possessed, and is necessary for use or pleasure.
- A depression in coal strata, hollowed out before the subsequent deposition took place.
- To be in a state of destitution; to be needy; to lack.
- To be absent; to be deficient or lacking; to fail; not to be sufficient; to fall or come short; to lack; - often used impersonally with of; as, it wants ten minutes of four.
- To be diflcient or lacking; come short; to be in poverty.
- To be deficient: to fall short.
- To be deficient.
- have need of; " This piano wants the attention of a competent tuner"
- wish or demand the presence of; " I want you here at noon!"
- hunt or look for; want for a particular reason; " Your former neighbor is wanted by the FBI"; " Uncle Sam wants you"
- To be needy; be deficient; be lacking or absent.
- To be destitute; to be deficient in; not to have; to fall short; to be without; to need; to have occasion for; to wish for; to desire.
- To be without; to be destitute of; to be deficient; to fall short of; to need; to desire.
- anything that is necessary but lacking; " he had sufficient means to meet his simple needs"; " I tried to supply his wants"
- a specific feeling of desire; " he got his wish"; " he was above all wishing and desire"
- Lack; need; poverty; desire; necessity.
- State of being without anything: absence of what is needful or desired: poverty: scarcity: need.
- Need; necessity; poverty; thing wanted.
- Lack or absence of something; scarcity.
- Privation; poverty.
- Something lacking or desired.
- Deficiency; defect; need; necessity; poverty; penury; indigence; the state of not having; what is not possessed, but is desired.
- The absence of that which is necessary or useful; state of not having; deficiency; necessity; poverty.