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- n. The state or characteristic of being necessary.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being necessary.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being necessary.
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I sense that he senses the "necessariness" of his being elected and that there is a certain amount of calculation involved in his moderate posing on big progressive issues.
"It's silly to expect 'necessariness' from any movie, and there's no crime in handsomely assembling a moving diorama of a fascinating historical event," writes
How can we recreate the sense of "unshakable meaning" and "necessariness" Junger describes?
Every guy in that platoon was necessary to everyone else and that necessariness, I think, is actually way more addictive than adrenaline is.
How can we create our own bands of brothers -- and sisters -- in communities all across the country that will not only give us that sense of purpose and necessariness, but allow us to face down these threats?
The two lines suggest the idea of the close connexion between the two plants, and the necessariness of the one to the other; - as it should be between husband and wife.