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necessary

adj., adv. 1) essential. 2) less forcefully, it can mean convenient, useful, or making good sense.

necessary

(Inescapable), adjective avoidless, certain, choiceless, compelling, constraining, decided, decreed, designated, destined, expected, fated, fateful, fixed, imminent, impending, ineluctable, ineludible, inexorable, irresistible, irrevocable, ordained, sealed, settled, sure, unalterable, unavoidable, uncontrollable, undeniable, unevasible, unpreventable
Associated concepts: necessary damages, necessary exxenses, necessary implication, necessary inference, necessary injury

necessary

(Required), adjective all-important, basic, binding, bounden, chief, coercive, compelling, critical, crucial, demanded, dictated, essential, expedient, fundamental, imperative, important, incumbent, indispensable, integral, key, mandatory, necessitated, necessitous, needed, obligatory, paramount, prerequisite, prescribed, prime, principal, requisite, significant, strategic, strategical, substantive, urgent, vital
Associated concepts: necessary parties

necessary

noun essence, essential, essentiality, innispensable thing, necessitas, necessitousness, necessitude, necessity, need, prerequirement, prerequisite, qualification, requirement, requisite, vitals
Associated concepts: duty to provide necessaries, necessaries of life
See also: basic, binding, cardinal, central, compelling, compulsory, desideratum, essential, exigent, fundamental, imperative, important, indispensable, inevitable, integral, mandatory, material, need, obligatory, peremptory, primary, requirement, requisite, unavoidable, urgent
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