desirability[ dih-zahyuh r-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF desirability
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DESIRABILITY
Was it intended that the Duquettes should recognize the desirability of vacating the farm?
It is simply a fact that has nothing to do with desirability or charm or anything else.
Once a letter spoke of the desirability of being an optimist.
Did he ever betray any doubts as to the desirability of his career?
You will now appreciate the desirability of guarding your conduct.
Moreover, it is possible to dispute the desirability of the remedy.
I do suggest the desirability and the feasibility of genuine co-operation.
It would be very desirable; but its desirability does not prove that they exist!
As to the desirability of free transportation, see Report of Ohio School, 1843, p. 11.
People are forever talking about the desirability of training girls for motherhood.