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desirability

noun de·sir·abil·i·ty \di-ˌzī-rə-ˈbi-lə-tē\
plural de·sir·abil·i·ties

Definition of DESIRABILITY

1
plural :  desirable conditions <had understood and studied certain desirabilities — D. D. Eisenhower>
2
:  the quality, fact, or degree of being desirable

Examples of DESIRABILITY

  1. <the desirability of immortality becomes a little less certain after some consideration of the consequences>

First Known Use of DESIRABILITY

1824

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