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Wish vs. Whish — Which is Correct Spelling?

Wish vs. Whish — Which is Correct Spelling?

Which is correct: Wish or Whish

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Wish Definitions

A wish is a hope or desire for something. In fiction, wishes can be used as plot devices.
Feel or express a strong desire or hope for something that cannot or probably will not happen
He wished that he had practised the routines
We wished for peace
Want to do something
They wish to become involved
Hope that (someone) has to deal with someone or something undesirable
He wouldn't wish Arthur on anyone
A desire or hope for something to happen
The union has reiterated its wish for an agreement
Her wish to be a mother
A feeling that one would like to have or do something or to see something happen; a desire, longing, or strong inclination for a specific thing.
An expression of a desire, longing, or strong inclination
Carried out the wishes included in the will.
An expression of desire for the happiness or success of another
Sent me his best wishes.
Something desired or longed for
Finally got his wish to see the ocean.
To long for; want.
To feel or express a desire for
I wish them good luck. He wished her good night.
To order, entreat, or request
I wish you to go. I wish it to be known that I disagree.
To desire (something bad) to happen to someone
I would not wish such an illness on anyone.
To have or feel a desire
Wish for a successful outcome.
To express a wish.
A desire, hope, or longing for something or for something to happen.
Have a wish
Make someone's wish come true
An expression of such a desire, often connected with ideas of magic and supernatural power.
Make a wish
The thing desired or longed for.
My dearest wish is to see them happily married.
(Sussex) A water meadow.
(transitive) To desire; to want.
I'll come tomorrow, if you wish it.
To hope (+ object clause with may or in present subjunctive).
To hope (for a particular outcome), even if that outcome is unlikely to occur or cannot occur.
I wish I could go back in time and teach myself what I know now.
(ditransitive) To bestow (a thought or gesture) towards (someone or something).
We wish you a Merry Christmas.
To request or desire to do an activity.
(transitive) To recommend; to seek confidence or favour on behalf of.
To have a desire or yearning; to long; to hanker.
They cast four anchors out of the stern, and wished for the day.
This is as good an argument as an antiquary could wish for.
To desire; to long for; to hanker after; to have a mind or disposition toward.
I would not wishAny companion in the world but you.
I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper.
To frame or express desires concerning; to invoke in favor of, or against, any one; to attribute, or cal down, in desire; to invoke; to imprecate.
I would not wish them to a fairer death.
I wish it may not prove some ominous foretoken of misfortune to have met with such a miser as I am.
Let them be driven backward, and put to shame, that wish me evil.
To recommend; to seek confidence or favor in behalf of.
I would be glad to thrive, sir,And I was wished to your worship by a gentleman.
Desire; eager desire; longing.
Behold, I am according to thy wish in God a stead.
Expression of desire; request; petition; hence, invocation or imprecation.
Blistered be thy tongue for such a wish.
A thing desired; an object of desire.
Will he, wise, let loose at once his ire . . . To give his enemies their wish!
A specific feeling of desire;
He got his wish
He was above all wishing and desire
An expression of some desire or inclination;
I could tell that it was his wish that the guests leave
His crying was an indirect request for attention
(usually plural) a polite expression of desire for someone's welfare;
Give him my kind regards
My best wishes
The particular preference that you have;
It was his last wish
They should respect the wishes of the people
Hope for; have a wish;
I wish I could go home now
Prefer or wish to do something;
Do you care to try this dish?
Would you like to come along to the movies?
Have in mind;
I will take the exam tomorrow
Make or express a wish;
I wish that Christmas were over
Feel or express a desire or hope concerning the future or fortune of
Order politely; express a wish for
Invoke upon;
Wish you a nice evening
Bid farewell

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