"There is no necessity," rejoined his companion.
Each class would have preached the importance of those virtues, for whose exercise there was no necessity in their own lives.
Had he gone to his aunt's, he would have been sure to have met Lord Goodbody there, and the whole conversation would have been about the feeding of the poor and the necessity for model lodging-houses.
In dire necessity, the devil will eat flies.
after the first crisis had passed, the necessities of the belligerents had begun utilizing the output of his ranches, and never before had meat brought such high prices.
But during the evening, feeling the necessity of venting on somebody the wrath which had been gnawing at his vitals since his last trip to Buenos Aires, he interrupted the singer.
Don Alonso was not at all displeased with little Aristas' showing, but he emphasized the unavoidable necessity of continual hard practise.
everything that had brought happiness to their existence, she again felt the necessity of repeating her imaginary stabbing. Oh, if she could only once get her hands on one of those bandits! What did the men amount to anyway
for the necessity to escape from danger and shut out horrible visions. Desnoyers and the Keeper's family listened to her explanations interrupted with hiccoughs of terror. The Germans were in Villeblanche.
He felt the necessity of seeing at least the outside of the studio windows, as if they might give him news. And in order to justify a trip so at variance with his policy of ignoring his son,
1. requirement: qualification, demand, vital part, postulate, essential, imperative, necessary
3. fate: compulsion, destiny, inevitability, karma, kismet
4. exigency: indigence, pinch, need, stress, neediness, urgency