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necessitates

verb as in call for, make necessary

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Example Sentences

She is collaborating with the Gap on their style guide campaign, which necessitates working around specific clothing.

In many great novels, the multifarious content necessitates a certain largesse of form.

Self-assertion necessitates a steady poise in the mingling of knowledge and intellect.

Dissatisfaction on the home front necessitates a showdown that ushers in a desired new order.

Jupiter trining Mars in Cancer brings a professional opportunity that necessitates big change in your personal life.

It still is possible for me to obtain lumber, but to get it to the mill necessitates a flume and rights in the lake.

You will decline our offer because it necessitates the restoration now, of Hugo's descendants, to the Family Roll?

This necessitates walking in water most of the way, but one soon gets accustomed to wet feet on Macquarie Island.

It is that, in fact, which necessitates the engaging a lady to act as chaperon to Miss Farrar.'

It is true that I play with the ball of the finger on the key, which necessitates a flat position of hand, with low wrist.

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On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to necessitates, such as: constrain, require, entail, force, behoove, and oblige.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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