I wish that I did not know his voice so hatefully well: all its intonations and inflections are as familiar to me as Roger's.
I wish that he would sometimes be dignifiedly humorous to us, or even humorous without the dignity.
And so we slip away from the subject; but, all the same, I wish that I had not said it.
I wish that a part of Admiral Vernon's fleet and General Wentworth's forces may give it a visit, before the Spaniards sue for peace.
Having ascertained that Job had in his possession certain slips of a kind of paper, on which he wrote strange characters, he furnished him with some sheets of paper, and signified a wish that he should use it.
I wish that I could have seen the shepherd, though it may well be that his wife, if she is alive, would reveal more.
I wish that I had heard him; I wish also that I had seen him; for he had determined on a happy way of illustrating and pointing his discourse.
I wish that we could call a man's speeches his speech, and find it was perfectly true.
I wish that I knew the history of them, and whence the first bush was brought.
I don't know what sort of a person my own niece is, and I wish that I need never find out, but I shall try to do my duty.
As the afternoon drew on, she began to wish that he was not coming till to-morrow.
She already began to feel the ill effects of her son's reformation, and to wish that it had been postponed just for a month or two, till she was a little more settled.
The above list will hopefully provide you with a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "wish that" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this group of words.