necessary

[ nes-uh-ser-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF necessary

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NECESSARY

It is not necessary to dwell on every incident of this terrible journey.

The necessary papers were made out and given to the Marshal.

They look so beautifully, if it only were not necessary to eat them.

It will not be necessary to repeat in detail the course of my examination.

In the meantime, I will go to Chatterton, and take all necessary precautions.

It is not necessary to claim that it has always worked perfectly.

I don't believe it is necessary for you to tell the Southards anything.

We can know God easily so long as we do not feel it necessary to define Him.

However, we need not always attend, nor is it necessary we should very often be late.

They are not necessary; they might be avoided; at their worst they could be tempered.

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