Antonyms for more requisite

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It appears to us that at no time has such an investigation been more requisite.

But there was something yet more requisite than these, and this was language.

There are few lamenesses in which absolute and long-continued rest is more requisite.

What he meant I did not know, and how to find a book with a more requisite tone I did not know.

There certainly never was a case when speedy decision was more requisite than the present.

And yet there is not a city in the world where a comfortable retreat, in our sense of the word, is more requisite.

I told them, in the present case, I believed honesty was more requisite than skill.

Taverns are more requisite in a City than Academies; for it is better the multitude were loving than learned.

Nothing is more disgusting than an oily gun, and yet nothing is more requisite than to keep it so when out of use.