We have no meanings for "wants rest" in our records yet.
It wants rest, and he gives it rest at his own expense.
Gentlemen, let Mr. Channing turn in; he wants rest.
After being up all night, a person wants rest.
I shall persuade Marianne to go early to bed, for I am sure she wants rest.
He wants rest and careful nursing, and I hope in a few days will have recovered.
I'm sorry for you, but Madre wants rest.
He wants rest and good air.
He only wants rest, poor fellow!
I shall persuade her if I can to go early to bed, for I am sure she wants rest.
My heart sometimes seems tired with beating, it wants rest like my eye-lids, which feel oppressed with so many watchings.
No money, but a man wants rest, a man wants peace- amandon't want to rip and tear around all the time.
As she is better now and only wants rest, I feel normal and realise what a rotter I must have looked that night.
Continuously intent upon its work, the mind wants rest; and dropping to the physical life, it seeks pleasures there that answer to its activities.
There will, I suppose, be a great battle fought near Orleans, shortly; and I should like to be present, if possible-andPercy wants rest.
"The doctor would be no use," she answered-"She'sjust fairly worn out and wants rest.
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