more desirable[ dih-zahyuh r-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF more desirable
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But relations of a more innocent and more desirable sort also existed.
Much of the work we do is for an end which is more desirable than the work itself.
One and one only stage seems to remain, more desirable still.
Never had she looked more beautiful, more desirable, than this evening.
Ah, but she was more desirable, much more desirable than he had remembered!
It would be more desirable to pardon those which were provoked by want.
To him, though, she was cloaked in mystery; hence, more desirable.
Edmee, proud and daring, seemed to me more desirable than ever.
By George, she was more desirable than he had ever dared to imagine!
These last days had made her a more desirable possession in his eyes.
late 14c., from Old French desirable (12c.), from dasirer (see desire (v.)). Related: Desirably; desirability.