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I heard that we do not use the word 'want' after the word 'will' because will includes the meaning 'wish'. But I saw lots of people using the expression like no one will want to marry me.

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  • I'd like to know where you heard that. "Will" can mean "wish", but it is unlikely that someone using "will want" is using "will" with that definition. – zondo Apr 4 '16 at 0:36
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Yes it's perfectly correct. Here's some sentences you could use it in:

No one will want to marry me.

After being alone for so long, I will want to go home.

We will want to rest after the long hike.

Whoever told you this didn't have a great argument. Sure, the word "will" can mean "wish", (although this is a rare usage) but lots of words have multiple meanings. Just because one of them might be wrong doesn't mean they all are.

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