desirable

[ dih-zahyuh r-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF desirable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DESIRABLE

Perhaps there are worlds where two and two do not make just that desirable amount.

From this piece are obtained the most desirable chops and roasts.

Neither for your sake nor for hers, nor for my own, could such a thing be desirable.

At this stage it is not necessary or desirable to descend to detail.

Thus he retained a powerful weapon—to be used when desirable.

In this view it is desirable to be introduced into the privacies of domestic life.

Yet it is difficult to see how this most desirable change is to be effected.

Nevertheless it was his pose to imply that for him no other sort of reputation was desirable.

It is most desirable that they should be home, here, in this house, before the tidings are broken to them.

It is desirable that you should contemplate it in its true proportions.

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