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noun as in need

adjective as in required

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Now, it’s reserved for an entirely masked audience of no more than 250, seated in pods of two to six seats, each separated by the requisite six feet of space in every direction.

It remains to be seen whether tiny spacecraft can carry the requisite computational toolkit or sensory and steering capacity to do this.

Along with the requisite finisher’s medal, registered participants received a downloadable race bib and, in a sign of the times, a Cirque Series neck gaiter.

So in 1965, Congress approved the 25th Amendment, which was ratified by the requisite number of states two years later.

To maximize their two generational talents and end their Finals drought, the 76ers must provide requisite scheming, shot-creation and versatility.

So here I am in my requisite Lululemon pants, grunting along to an old hip-hop song at a most ungodly hour.

After the release of the trailer for the special last week, TLC received a requisite and perhaps well-deserved tongue-lashing.

Some might lack the requisite national infrastructure (Walker).

And aside from doing the requisite things needed to seize the majority, there was icing on the cake, too.

Francis opted to waive the requisite second miracle for John XXIII usually needed for non-martyrs to reach sainthood.

To secure that, a closer regard to what should be the character of the true church than has been paid, is requisite.

To gain the requisite mass of air to produce good tone a flat violin has to be made of a clumsy awkward shape.

Hope-Jones has proved conclusively that by exercise of the requisite skill it does and so have others who follow in his steps.

As without faith it is impossible to please God, so in this act it is not less requisite than in any other.

I conceive that the strictest union of affection is requisite to conjugal felicity.


On this page you'll find 55 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to requisite, such as: precondition, condition, need, necessity, and requirement.

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