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Meanings and phrases
- worth having or seeking or achieving
- worthy of being chosen especially as a spouse; suitable; worthy
- In this variation the role of Pooh is more desirable.
- In a poor economy, enrichment, for those who can afford it, might be more desirable.
- It was Soviet policy to export domestic surplus rather than the more desirable items of their manufacture.
- This is the most desirable result for the batter.
- "AskMen" also named her the number one most desirable woman of 2003.
- Friedrich Nietzsche argued that a fusion of the two was most desirable.
- in eastern Nigeria, although the L-dopa content makes it less desirable.
- Chemical means are overall a less desirable method of control because of the side effects and cost.
- This produces "pink" veal which grows more slowly and is less desirable to the continental customer.
- Abstinence is highly desirable.
- To clean W sharp tips, it is highly desirable to remove contaminant and oxide layer.
- It remains highly desirable but real estate values have more than doubled since then.