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requisite

requisite

adjective req·ui·site \ˈre-kwə-zət\

: needed for a particular purpose

Full Definition of REQUISITE

requisite noun
req·ui·site·ness noun

Examples of REQUISITE

  1. <this new CD is the requisite album of the year for classical music lovers>

Origin of REQUISITE

Middle English, from Latin requisitus, past participle of requirere
First Known Use: 15th century

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