wish list

NOUN
  1. a list of events that you wish would occur
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  • Pre-Season Prep: Did the scouting over the past 3 wks., hung 6 bow stands on 3 different properties, got my trusty old Matthews SQ-2 bow out, had it "prepped" .... (strings waxed, new peep sight, and a new Copper John bow sight) and gave my wish list for the latest gadgets, clothing, etc. to my hubby. Season Prep
  • First thing I did was to sit down with a blank sheet of paper and write up a ‘wish list’ of all the things I'd like to have in the campaign.
  • Racing was next on his wish list and he was not so easily dissuaded. Times, Sunday Times
  • At each meeting a ‘wish list’ is compiled of particular issues that members wish to pursue.
  • Another player on Coach Beane's wish list is center fielder Jeffrey Hammonds.
  • Keeping a wish list, along with room measurements and even snapshots of the spaces where pieces will go, can ward off sensory overload and keep your collecting on track, she advises.
  • Foreigners buying in Italy are now so discerning that they come armed with a precise wish list. Times, Sunday Times
  • Not unless accidental brain injury is on your wish list for baby cot added extras. The Vagga Cradle by Jonas Lindvall
  • From the accrued points, I've mooched one title this past month -- Robert Dunbar's The Pines -- and that's not even a book I had on my wish list. Do You Book Mooch?
  • The generals and admirals have learned how to logroll, supporting each other's favorite weapons systems and presenting ever more costly wish lists to Congress. Familiar Waters
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