Definition of desired:
- envied (part of speech: verb)
- hoped (part of speech: verb)
- desired (part of speech: verb)
- hungered (part of speech: verb)
- requested (part of speech: verb)
- loved (part of speech: verb)
- "Historic Girls", E. S. Brooks.
Whitelocke desired to be excused by reason of his voyage, and an order of his country that those who had the command of any of the State's ships were not to lie out of them until they brought them home again; otherwise Whitelocke said he had a great desire to kiss his Majesty's hand and to wait upon his Excellence and the noble company at his house; and he desired that his humble thanks and excuse might be made to the King.- "A Journal of the Swedish Embassy in the Years 1653 and 1654, Vol II.", Bulstrode Whitelocke.
When I found it could talk I felt a new interest in it, for I love to talk; I talk, all day, and in my sleep, too, and I am very interesting, but if I had another to talk to I could be twice as interesting, and would never stop, if desired.- "Eve's Diary, Part 1", Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens).