verb (used with object)

​SEE MORE DEFINITIONSSEE ​• Also wish upon. to make a ​• to force or ​something wished or ​, ​

​a star.​my worst enemy.​wish on,​

​courteous nature: to send one's best wishes.​websites: ​magical talisman: to wish on ​

​awful job on ​SEE MORESEE LESS​a kindly or ​

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verb (used without object)

​object as a ​the negative): I wouldn't wish that ​wish—a new car.​a wish, often one of ​​

​wish using some ​impose (usually used in ​desired: He got his ​



​an expression of ​I wish. I wished for ​a good morning.​to entertain wishes, favorably or otherwise, for: to wish someone ​

​travel. I wish that ​than she worked.​may go if ​

​or leave-taking: to wish someone ​

Verb Phrases

​problem settled.​

​a clause): I wish to ​wish: She wished more ​for): Mother says I ​to bid, as in greeting ​thing) to be (as specified): to wish the ​

​an infinitive or ​to make a ​to desire; long; yearn (often followed by ​ill.​to desire (a person or ​

​to want; desire; long for (usually followed by ​instance of wishing.​

​a book.​

​SEE MORESEE LESS​well; to wish someone ​
​it were morning.​