- From need + -ed. The adjective follows from the verb. (Wiktionary)
“Doubtless the country needed ornament, needed it very badly indeed, but it needed energy still more, and capital most of all, for its supply was ridiculously out of proportion to its wants.”
“Wisdom and power made him carry _just what was needed, in the face of adverse circumstances, and just at the time it was needed_.”
“Help was never more truly needed, for our poverty was never greater; nor did the help of the Lord ever come more manifestly from himself; for _the brother was gone on a good distance_, it was _between seven and eight o'clock in the morning_, and it was _so short a time before money would have been needed_.”
“If you needed to supply code snippets for multiple languages, you * needed* to supply a blank line formatted as normal between the code snippets:”
“Two key aspects of the term needed to be better explained, he asserted.”
“But in tough times, the label needed to do more to survive.”
“Obviously, her title needed to be changed, so I let her sit at the computer and type her article in.”
“That meant the title needed to find a way to improve its performance or be killed off.”
“Regardless, I found his style delivered everything the title needed: His women are sexy, his ghouls are disgusting, and his settings ooze atmosphere.”
“Therefore, I would need to be shown otherwise before I agreed that the title needed to be changed.”
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All words of the Lisbon Treaty
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Not an exhaustive list (there are probably scores of -erers and -ededs and -eses and -osos).
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Looking for tweets for needed.