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  • Note that imperatives must have the same word order as yes/no questions.
  • But it can also be an imperative, meaning just that it is necessary that you leave.
  • Let us go away together, away from the anger and imperatives of men.
  • When used with the second person, it is even stronger than the imperative.
  • It is imperative that they can always provide something new for their audience, so that they continue to come back.
  • These languages were imperative in style, but added features to support objects.
  • Most of the imperative forms are characterized by the final u becoming e.
  • This made it imperative to establish the clear title to the airport land.
  • The next two decades saw the development of a number of other major high-level imperative programming languages.
  • We believe that great social change comes about when the will of the people becomes focused on a moral imperative.
  • It was imperative to fill his place with a man of ability and influence.
  • Knowledge of how to provide effective emotional mental health care has become imperative worldwide.
  • But racing was more of a family imperative than a personal choice and music was his real passion.
  • It was imperative to obtain means to support his new family.
  • The details he provided were what he considered imperative for survival out West.
  • This caused general excitement, and restoration of peace between the two became imperative.
  • Money is imperative as the player must buy all his weapons as well as ammunition before each mission.
  • But this same imperative, he claims, leaves children open to infection by religion.
  • If we could find it, the categorical imperative would provide us with the moral law.
  • In a command the imperative mood is used, and no subject is given.
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Words starting with imperative

Meaning of imperative

  • noun Some duty that is essential and urgent
  • adjective Requiring attention or action
    as nuclear weapons proliferate, preventing war becomes imperative, requests that grew more and more imperative
  • adjective Relating to verbs in the imperative mood