demands[ dih-mand, -mahnd ]SEE DEFINITION OF demands
Synonyms for demands
- call for
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEMANDS
In every American home that is a home, to-day, it demands attention.
They are as animals grown in an environment that demands no struggle of them.
That love acknowledged, fed, and gratified, when are its demands appeased?
Thus was Turkey humiliated and Russia benefited, having obtained her demands.
She demands justice—strange as that may seem, in a court of law!
I now come to a point in the drama which at once demands and defies explanation.
An argument which the future is preparing in answer to the demands of American Socialism.
Parliament is on its dignity, and demands its proper recognition.
The first affects the demands of the workers, the second the terms granted by the employers.
For death is in itself dignified, and demands respect for all with whom he has dealings.