Definition of desiderate in English:
verb[with object] archaic
Feel a keen desire for (something lacking or absent): I desiderate the resources of a family
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- Here again I would stress that the attention which is desiderated in connection with the bodily function must be some close and intimate service to the person or claimant.
- The woman translating in our earphones was so thickly Russian-accented and unable to keep up as to make a translator of the translator strongly desiderated.
- It is not an absolute clarity or an absolute absence of any possible ambiguity which is desiderated.
Words that rhyme with desideratemoderate • considerate
Definition of desiderate in:
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