As if you could be trusted with anything again that needs a schoolboy's intelligence.
He needs a clerk for his law matters, and the Dean said he would speak of me to him.
Somewhere there is a ship that needs it, or if not, the light does its duty.
I am extremely affected on my mother's account—more, I must needs say, than on my own.
I must needs try my new-fledged pinions in sonnet, elogy, and madrigal.
He needs no nation, or government, or society, or companions before him or behind him.
Wherefore we must needs be subject, not only for wrath, but also for conscience' sake.
Indeed, what I have is not enough for my needs until the six weeks are over.
The income of their uncle, the canon, was hardly sufficient for the family's needs.
More than all this, the man in the Twentieth Century needs must be a man of character.