that colour..." (when the colour of a thing wasn't an option)
"However you want
to feel about it." (when instinct causes a person too feel in some manner, subconscious reactions)
"Why do you want
to put the couch in that room?" (when someone doesn't consider that the couch actually can't fit anywhere else)
People who use the word "want" ("want" as a feeling or desire) when they are discussing a noun which isn't under direct control or has no alternative...
You are ignorant
Stop it and smarten up...or bugger off. The world doesn't appreciate people who misuse words.
> verb (used with object)
1. to feel a need or a desire for; wish for: to want one's dinner; always wanting something new.
2. to wish, need, crave, demand, or desire (often followed by an infinitive): I want to see you. She wants to be notified.
3. to be without or be deficient in: to want judgment; to want knowledge.
4. to fall short by (a specified amount): The sum collected wants but a few dollars of the desired amount.
5. to require or need: The house wants painting.
> verb (used without object) noun
6. to feel inclined; wish; like (often followed by 'to'): We can stay home if you want.
7. to be deficient by the absence of some part or thing, or to feel or have a need (sometimes followed by 'for'): He did not want for abilities.
8. to have need (usually followed by 'for'): If you want for anything, let him know.
9. to be in a state of destitution, need, or poverty: She would never allow her parents to want.
10. to be lacking or absent, as a part or thing necessary to completeness: All that wants is his signature.
11. something wanted or needed; necessity: My wants are few.
12. something desired, demanded, or required: a person of childish, capricious wants.
13. absence or deficiency of something desirable or requisite; lack: plants dying for want of rain.
14. the state of being without something desired or needed; need: to be in want of an assistant.
15. the state of being without the necessaries of life; destitution; poverty: a country where want is virtually unknown. Source Link: Dictionary.com