To produce and to sell securities in the greatest possible quantity—that was the desideratum.'
Will any of your correspondents kindly supply this desideratum?
An appearance of antiquity is never a desideratum to the honest book-collector.
It may to some minds be a desideratum, to allude to the anterior probability that God should come in the flesh.
A revision of genus Cratægus has long been a desideratum with botanists.
A higher efficiency is the goal, and the intention is to obtain this desideratum by fair and by just means.
A thoroughly faithful yet pleasing rendering is a desideratum.
But the desideratum still remained of being able to paint motion.
Indisputably speed must be the desideratum of all activity, educational or other.
This desideratum of varied tone-colour is sought even by instrumentalists.