have everything someone wants


have everything someone wants
be/have/everything someone wants phrase
to have all the qualities that someone thinks a particular person or thing should have

He’s everything I’ve ever wanted in a boyfriend.

Thesaurus: to have a particular quality or thingsynonym
Main entry: want

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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