Noun(1) something desired as a necessity
(1) As no longer an order imposed by nature, it is clear that subjective freedom is an essential desideratum : the relation of marriage must of all things be between self-consciously free individuals.(2) The concept that has replaced efficiency as the great desideratum in genetic coding is error-tolerance, or robustness.(3) A global world is a place where, for once, the desideratum of moral responsibility and survival coincide and blend.(4) Conversely, once cultural exposure is established as an urgent desideratum , can areas of inquiry like biblical criticism continue to be viewed as off limits?(5) Our ships should be the best of their kind - this is the first desideratum .(6) integrity was a desideratum(7) The early presidents, it seems, were all devotees of Scripture who deemed the Bible a desideratum for both governor and governed.(8) With no social contract (the desideratum of the advocates of the social), there can be no social relations, and therefore no social.(9) It enshrines the essential desideratum of popular criticism - it only criticizes other people.(10) For small companies, where centralized management is not a desideratum , this solution may be feasible.(11) Although taxonomic stability may be a desideratum , in reality taxonomic stability is a manifestation of scientific stagnation.(12) This was the great desideratum of the machine as first brought over to this country and shown in Hyde Park; nor have our implement makers, though they introduce some important improvements, succeeded in supplying the want this indicated.(13) In his view, avoiding ├ö├ç├┐social dissension├ö├ç├û is more than a policy desideratum or a prudent aspiration.(14) There are many desiderata of a successful privatization process, not all of which are compatible.(15) In principle that does seem to be the ideal solution to reach the twin desiderata in health care: cost control and clinical freedom for providers.(16) Those bedrooms, while not obvious desiderata for a family of three, should bring the asking price up to half a million dollars.
1. requirement ::
2. prerequisite ::
3. need ::
4. indispensable thing ::
5. sine qua non ::
lē qua sine
6. essential ::
7. requisite ::
8. necessary ::
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