Definition of desirability
1 desirabilities plural : desirable conditions had understood and studied certain desirabilities — D. D. Eisenhower
2 : the quality, fact, or degree of being desirable
Examples of desirability in a Sentence
the desirability of immortality becomes a little less certain after some consideration of the consequences
Recent Examples of desirability from the Web
For some women, dyeing gray hair can be one way to retain a sense of desirability.
A great composer and a great armpit-farter may be equally rich in their degree of talent, but not in the quality or desirability of their talents.
But the iPhone's desirability to consumers did play a role here, since carriers were willing to cede control to Apple in order to carry the iPhone.
The bleak storm of social, political and economic uncertainly only adds to the desirability and safe-haven status of art.
Christy Lopez, a former official in the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, said the relative desirability of local knowledge and national expertise has shifted over the years.
However, the desirability of telling my community's stories in a business that hardly hires us comes at a cost.
Other complaints focused on a potential impact on property values and the city’s desirability, referencing neighboring communities as a disadvantage.
The song simultaneously objectifies and subjectifies black and brown women, reframing an underappreciated physical attribute as the ultimate symbol of desirability.
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