desirable

All Adjective
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  • Another thing that it may be desirable to account for is population growth.
  • This is highly desirable for human economic development as a source of water.
  • What other effects might this change have, and are those effects desirable?
  • Having buildings outside the city walls was not a desirable situation to the city administration.
  • Many consider this some of the most desirable real estate in the valley.
  • Thus the complete defeat of the enemy may not be necessary, desirable, or even possible.
  • They are now among the most desirable living areas of Center City.
  • This area is considered one of the most desirable areas to live in due to its modern construction and design.
  • Although long bearing life is often desirable, it is sometimes not necessary.
  • The success of the business park is attributed to its highly desirable location.
  • The more desirable among them were selected and taken away.
  • Certain jobs were worth more credit hours than others in order to make each job desirable.
  • This is to better understand the processes leading to a more desirable human condition.
  • It may not be so highly desirable when these new criteria are considered.
  • The high capacity also makes process optimization and advanced process control very desirable.
  • All brown, all white or white and orange are less desirable.
  • This may or may not be desirable for military or other applications.
  • There are a number of theories about how desirable change in society is best achieved.
  • Many prominent islanders do not believe that any change is necessary or desirable.
  • Their intention was to ensure for themselves a desirable social status in the old world.
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Meaning of desirable

  • adjective Worth having or seeking or achieving
    a desirable job, computer with many desirable features, a desirable outcome