Another Word For REQUIRED
Adjective : Essential, indispensable, required.
Noun : An indispensable item; a requirement.
Adjective : Required, essential, whether logically inescapable or needed in order to achieve a desired result or avoid some penalty.
Adjective : Unavoidable, inevitable.
Adjective : (obsolete) Determined, involuntary: acting from compulsion rather than free will.
Adjective : Necessary; being required.
Adjective : Needed; necessary; mandatory; requisite; indispensable.
Adjective : (archaic) Needy; in need.
Noun : (slang) Ready money; wherewithal.
Adjective : Required; obligatory; mandatory.
Adjective : Having the power of compulsion; constraining.
Noun : Something that is compulsory or required.
Adjective : Obligatory; required or commanded by authority.
Adjective : Of, being or relating to a mandate.
Noun : (disc golf) A sign or line that require the path of the disc to be above, below or to one side of it.
Adjective : Imposing obligation, legally, morally, or otherwise; binding; mandatory.
Adjective : Requiring a matter or obligation.
Adjective : (Canada, US, Scotland) committed
Adjective : (Canada, US, Scotland) having an obligation; obliged
Verb : (transitive) To make necessary; to behove; to require (something) to be brought about.
Noun : (countable and uncountable) A requirement for something; something needed.
Noun : Lack of means of subsistence; poverty; indigence; destitution.
Verb : (transitive) To have an absolute requirement for.
Verb : (archaic) Either directly or indirectly preceded or followed by an auxiliary verb, often must: of necessity or need; necessarily, indispensably.
Noun : A surname.
Noun : The quality or state of being necessary, unavoidable, or absolutely requisite.
Noun : The condition of being needy; desperate need; lack.
Noun : Something necessary; a requisite; something indispensable.
Adjective : Required as a prior condition of something else; necessary or indispensable.
Noun : Something that is required as necessary or indispensable, or as a prior condition of something else.
Noun : In education, a course or topic that must be completed before another course or topic can be started. May be colloquially referred to as a prereq.
Noun : A necessity or prerequisite; something required or obligatory. Its adpositions are generally of in relation to who or what has given it, on in relation to whom or what it is given to, and for in relation to what is required.
Noun : Something asked.
Noun : (engineering, computing) A statement (in domain specific terms) which specifies a verifiable constraint on an implementation that it shall undeniably meet or (a) be deemed unacceptable, or (b) result in implementation failure, or (c) result in system failure.
Adjective : In need; poor.
Adjective : Desiring constant affirmation; lacking self-confidence.
Adjective : (archaic) Needful; necessary.
Adjective : required, mandatory
Adjective : Necessary.
Adjective : Very important; of high importance.
Adjective : (biology) Necessary for survival but not synthesized by the organism, thus needing to be ingested.
Verb : (modal auxiliary, defective) To do with certainty; indicates that the speaker is certain that the subject will have executed the predicate.
Verb : (modal auxiliary, defective) To do as a requirement; indicates that the sentence subject is required as an imperative or directive to execute the sentence predicate, with failure to do so resulting in a failure or negative consequence.
Verb : (modal auxiliary, defective) Used to indicate that something that is very likely, probable, or certain to be true.
Adjective : That may be exacted; demandable; requirable.
Verb : To surround a territory or other geographical entity; to form the boundary of.
Verb : (transitive, mathematics) To be the bound of.
Verb : (intransitive) To leap, move by jumping.
Adjective : Under an obligation to do something.
Adjective : Grateful or indebted because of a favor done.
Adjective : Obligated or locked in (often, but not necessarily, by a pledge) to some course of action.
Adjective : Showing commitment.
Adjective : Associated in an exclusive (but not necessarily permanent) sexual relationship.
Adjective : bound or obliged in law or equity; responsible; answerable.
Adjective : subject; susceptible.
Adjective : exposed to a certain contingency or causality, more or less probable.
Verb : (transitive) To allow (something) to happen, to give permission for.
Verb : (transitive) To allow (someone) to do something; to give permission to.
Verb : (intransitive) To allow for, to make something possible.
Adjective : Equal to or fulfilling some requirement.
Verb : (obsolete) To equalize; to make adequate.
Verb : (obsolete) To equal.
Adjective : Of a type or kind that suffices, that satisfies requirements or needs.
Adjective : Possessing adequate talents or accomplishments; of competent power or ability; qualified; fit.
Adjective : (archaic) Capable of meeting obligations; responsible.
Verb : (intransitive, auxiliary, defective, only in past tense/participle) To perform habitually; to be accustomed [to doing something].
Adjective : Telling the truth or giving a true result; exact; not defective or faulty
Adjective : Deviating only slightly or within acceptable limits.
Adjective : (obsolete) Precisely fixed; executed with care; careful.
Noun : (law) A right that attaches to land, in Scots law.
Adjective : Important with regard to (a subject or matter); pertaining; relevant.
Noun : A condition that is assumed to be true without further evaluation.
Adjective : Already arranged.
Adjective : Currently discussed.
Adjective : suitable for application, relevant
Adjective : (postpositive, followed by "for") Having the duty of taking care of something; answerable for an act performed or for its consequences; accountable; amenable, especially legally or politically.
Adjective : (postpositive, followed by "for", rare) In honor shame culture and patronage, the patron of the entity denoted by the prepositional phrase's compliment AKA object, the entity being its client. In this context the patron is usually being described analogously to a rump state that would govern the client, functioning as though it were a complaints department and a disciplinary apparatus by getting involved in any disputes involving the client, e.g. by acid attacking its own client or by taking revenge against the client's accuser.
Adjective : (postpositive, followed by "for") Being a primary cause of a situation or action and thus able to be blamed or credited for it.
Adjective : Planned.
Adjective : (obsolete) Made tense; stretched out; extended; forcible; violent.
Noun : Fiancé or fiancée.
Adjective : Having sufficient or the required properties for a certain purpose or task; appropriate to a certain occasion.
Verb : Sufficiently.
Verb : Fully; quite; used after adjectives to express slight augmentation of the positive degree, and sometimes equivalent to very.
Verb : Used after certain adverbs to emphasise that a quality is notable, unexpected, etc.
Verb : To demand ownership of.
Verb : To state a new fact, typically without providing evidence to prove it is true.
Verb : To demand ownership or right to use for land.
Adjective : Suitable or fit; proper.
Adjective : Suitable to the social situation or to social respect or social discreetness; socially correct; socially discreet; well-mannered; proper.
Adjective : (obsolete) Set apart for a particular use or person; reserved.
Adjective : Suited or acceptable to the purpose or circumstances; fit, suitable.
Adjective : Following the established standards of behavior or manners; correct or decorous.
Adjective : (grammar) Used to designate a particular person, place, or thing. Proper nouns are usually written with an initial capital letter.
Adjective : Authorized with a warrant.
Adjective : Deserved, necessary, appropriate.
Verb : (transitive or with that clause) To ask for (something).
Verb : (transitive) To ask (somebody) to do something.
Adjective : Such as one may avail oneself of; capable of being used for the accomplishment of a purpose.
Adjective : Readily obtainable.
Adjective : (law) Valid.
Adjective : Put into practical use.
Adjective : Of a branch of science, serving another branch of science or engineering.
Adjective : Essential; crucial; extremely important.
Adjective : (grammar) Of, or relating to the imperative mood.
Adjective : (computing theory) Having semantics that incorporates mutable variables.
Verb : Used to issue an instruction (traditionally seen as carrying less force of authority than alternatives such as 'shall' or 'must').
Verb : Used to give advice or opinion that an action is, or would have been, beneficial or desirable.
Verb : (informal) With verbs such as 'see' or 'hear', usually in the second person, used to point out something remarkable in either a good or bad way.
Adjective : Having been carefully thought out.
Adjective : In conformance to, or in agreement with.
Verb : Accordingly; consequently.
Adjective : Existing or designed according to a plan.
Adjective : at or through the planning stage, but not yet implemented or started.
Adjective : Required as a condition of a contract or agreement.
Adjective : Specified, promised or guaranteed in an agreement.
Adjective : expected to arrive; scheduled
Adjective : Anticipated; thought to be about to arrive or occur
Verb : (obsolete) to propose hypothetical cases
Verb : (transitive) To place (an item or items of manufacture) into a box, as in preparation for shipment.
Verb : (transitive) To cover or protect with, or as if with, a case; to enclose.
Noun : The act of binding oneself by a social, legal, or moral tie to someone.
Noun : A social, legal, or moral requirement, duty, contract, or promise that compels someone to follow or avoid a particular course of action.
Noun : A course of action imposed by society, law, or conscience by which someone is bound or restricted.
Adjective : Related, connected, or pertinent to a topic.
Adjective : (Usually and especially) Directly related, connected, or pertinent, with important ramifications or implications.
Adjective : Not out of date; current.
Adjective : Thoroughly explained.
Adjective : Meeting the standards, requirements, and training for a position.
Adjective : Restricted or limited by conditions.
Noun : That which one is morally or legally obligated to do.
Noun : The state of being at work and responsible for or doing a particular task.
Noun : A tax placed on imports or exports; a tariff.
Adjective : Essential or decisive for determining the outcome or future of something; extremely important; vital.
Adjective : (archaic) Cruciform or cruciate; cross-shaped.
Adjective : (slang, especially Jamaica, Bermuda) Very good; excellent; particularly applied to reggae music.
Verb : (nonstandard, non-native speakers' English or European Union documents, transitive) To make or render precise; to specify.
Adjective : (of an agreement, contract, etc.) Imposing stipulations or requirements that must be honoured.
Adjective : (of food) Having the effect of counteracting diarrhea.
Noun : An item (usually rope, tape, or string) used to hold two or more things together.
Noun : The act or process of qualifying for a position, achievement etc.
Noun : An ability or attribute that aids someone's chances of qualifying for something; specifically, completed professional training.
Noun : (UK) A certificate, diploma, or degree awarded after successful completion of a course, training, or exam.
Verb : (transitive or ditransitive) To request (information, or an answer to a question).
Verb : To put forward (a question) to be answered.
Verb : To interrogate or enquire of (a person).
Adjective : Alternative spelling of dutybound [Compelled by duty.]
Adjective : Having been in existence for a long time and therefore recognized and generally accepted.
Adjective : Of a religion, church etc.: formally recognized by a state as being official within that area.
Adjective : (Model, procedure, disease) Explicitly defined, described or recognized as a reference.
Adjective : Suggested without being stated directly; implicated or hinted at.
Adjective : (British spelling) Respected, having received honour.
Noun : Agreement; harmony; conformity; compliance.
Noun : The act of granting something.
Adjective : Having been asked to attend.
Adjective : Having an invitation.
Noun : The act of applying or laying on, in a literal sense
Noun : The substance applied.
Noun : The act of applying as a means; the employment of means to accomplish an end; specific use.
Adjective : Owed or owing.
Adjective : Appropriate.
Adjective : Scheduled; expected.
Adjective : In a manner emphasizing one's point of view.
Adjective : (graph theory) Having the properties of a directed graph.
Adjective : (set theory) Having the properties of a directed set.
Noun : The position or authority of a master; dominion; command; supremacy; superiority.
Noun : Superiority in war or competition; victory; triumph; preeminence.
Noun : The act or process of mastering; the state of having mastered; expertise.
Verb : To estimate how something will be in the future.
Verb : To foreshadow; to suggest something in advance.
Verb : (obsolete) To contrive or plan beforehand.
Adjective : That has been forecast
Verb : To look at; to observe.
Verb : (transitive) To consider, look upon (something) in a given way etc.
Verb : (transitive, archaic) To take notice of, pay attention to.
Verb : (transitive) To get hold of; to gain possession of, to procure; to acquire, in any way.
Verb : (intransitive, obsolete) To secure (that) a specific objective or state of affairs be reached.
Verb : (intransitive, obsolete) To prevail, be victorious; to succeed.
Verb : Used before a verb to indicate the simple future tense in the first person singular or plural.
Verb : Used similarly to indicate determination or obligation in the second and third persons singular or plural.
Verb : Used in questions with the first person singular or plural to suggest a possible future action.
Verb : (transitive) To wish for or desire (something); to feel a need or desire for; to crave or demand.
Verb : (by extension) To make it easy or tempting to do something undesirable, or to make it hard or challenging to refrain from doing it.
Verb : (transitive, in particular) To wish, desire, or demand to see, have the presence of or do business with.
Verb : (nonstandard, dialectal) simple past tense of do; did.
Verb : (African-American Vernacular, Southern US, auxiliary verb, taking a past tense) Used in forming the perfective aspect; have.
Noun : A payment in advance.
Noun : (accounting) An asset recognized in respect an expense incurred in a period for which the benefit will be received in a future period.
Verb : (archaic, transitive) To lead, or guide; to escort.
Verb : (transitive) To lead; to direct; to be in charge of (people or tasks)
Verb : (transitive, reflexive) To behave.
Adjective : Due to be paid.
Adjective : Able to be paid.
Adjective : Of a mine etc.: capable of yielding profit; profitable.
Verb : To make a living; earn money for necessities.
Verb : To act to prepare for something.
Verb : To establish as a previous condition; to stipulate.
Verb : (transitive, construed with to) To cause (someone or something) to undergo a particular experience, especially one that is unpleasant or unwanted.
Verb : (transitive) To make subordinate or subservient; to subdue or enslave.
Adjective : (followed by the preposition to) Disposed, willing, ready (to do something).
Adjective : wished for; desired; sought
Adjective : (law) subject to immediate detainment by law enforcement authorities on sight.
Adjective : wished-for, longed-for
Adjective : Emotionally satisfied; feeling a sense of fulfilment.
Adjective : In order, not messy, tidy.
Adjective : Obtained forcefully, not naturally.
Adjective : Opened or accessed using force.
Adjective : Produced by strain; not spontaneous; unsincere.
Adjective : Of, relating to, enacted or regulated by a statute.
Noun : A correspondence; the situation where things correspond or match.
Adjective : that have a similar relationship
Adjective : showing maintenance or attention
Adjective : Planned; according to schedule.
Adjective : (India) Included in a Schedule of the Indian Constitution, and as such is recognised by the government as eligible for special protection and consideration; afforded special concessions
Noun : (informal) Synonym of schedulee
Verb : (transitive) To look at.
Verb : (transitive) To regard in a stated way.
Adjective : Having the name of.
Verb : (obsolete) To invest with property.
Verb : (transitive) To supply with provisions.
Verb : (transitive, computing) To supply (a user) with an account, resources, etc. so that they can use a system.
Verb : (intransitive) To yield or give way to another.
Verb : (transitive) To yield (something) to another, as when defeated.
Verb : (transitive, intransitive) To enter or put forward for approval, consideration, marking etc.
Adjective : Inclined to find fault or criticize.
Adjective : Pertaining to, or indicating, a crisis or turning point.
Adjective : Extremely important.
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