Definition of Desiderations

1. Noun. (plural of desideration) ¹



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Definition of Desiderations

1. desideration [n] - See also: desideration

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Desiderations

desiccates
desiccating
desiccation
desiccations
desiccative
desiccator
desiccators
desiccatory
desiderable
desiderata
desiderate
desiderated
desiderates
desiderating
desideration
desiderations (current term)
desiderative
desideratives
desideratum
desidious
desidiousness
desier
desight
desights
design
design'd
design-by-contract programming
design by contract
design criteria
design critique

Literary usage of Desiderations

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1. The Works of George Meredith by George Meredith (1896)
"'I can trust with confidence that, if it is for Silva's interest, he will assuredly so dispose of his influence as to suit the desiderations of his family, ..."

2. Once a Week by Eneas Sweetland Dallas (1860)
""I can trust with confidence that, if it is for Silva's interest, ho will assuredly so dispose of his influence as to suit the desiderations of his family, ..."

3. The Irish Quarterly Review (1855)
"... with such nourishing oil: who can so accurately direct the thunders of her wrath, and so skilfully develop her vast philanthropic desiderations. ..."

4. State and Family in Early Rome by Charles William Louis Launspach (1908)
"... threw the Government into such consternation, may themselves have felt considerably embarrassed to formulate their desiderations to the best advantage. ..."

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