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  • Necessitude — Ne*ces si*tude, n. [L. necessitudo, fr. necesse. See {Necessray}.] 1. Necessitousness; want. Sir M. Hale. [1913 Webster] 2. Necessary connection or relation. [1913 Webster] Between kings and their people, parents and their children, there is so… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • necessitude — index force (compulsion), necessary, need (deprivation), privation Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • necessitude — noun a) The state or characteristic of being in need; neediness. It had been of all things the most harassing and wearying a life of dreary necessitude a perpetual struggle with debt. b) A circumstance or event which is necessary or unavoidable,… …   Wiktionary

  • necessitude — /neuh ses i toohd , tyoohd /, n. Archaic. necessity. [1605 15; < L necessitudo, equiv. to necessi , comb. form of necesse NECESSARY + tudo TUDE] * * * …   Universalium

  • necessitude — əˌtüd, ə.ˌtyüd noun ( s) Etymology: Latin necessitudo, from necesse necessary + i + tudo tude archaic : necessity …   Useful english dictionary

  • necessity — noun /nɪˈsɛsəti/ a) The quality or state of being necessary, unavoidable, or absolutely requisite; inevitableness; indispensableness. Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them humanity cannot survive. b) The condition of… …   Wiktionary

  • necessary — 1. adjective /ˈnɛsəˌsɛɹi,ˈnɛsəɹi/ needed, required Ant: unnecessary See Also: necessariness, necessitate, necessitation, necessitousness, necessitude …   Wiktionary

  • force — 1 n 1: a cause of motion, activity, or change intervening force: a force that acts after another s negligent act or omission has occurred and that causes injury to another: intervening cause at cause irresistible force: an unforeseeable event esp …   Law dictionary

  • necessary — I (inescapable) adjective avoidless, certain, choiceless, compelling, constraining, decided, decreed, designated, destined, expected, fated, fateful, fixed, foreordained, imminent, impending, ineluctable, includible, inevitable, inexorable,… …   Law dictionary

  • want — I noun absence, conatus, dearth, default, defect, deficiency, deficit, desideratum, desire, destitution, distress, exigency, impoverishment, insufficiency, lack, meagerness, necessitude, necessity, need, needfulness, neediness, paucity, pauperism …   Law dictionary

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