You could lose control and crash into another car, or another vehicle could crash into you, necessitating expensive repairs.
Above those, however, are the Superfund sites—places that have sustained major, long-term damage, necessitating years of cleanup.
A certain proportion of this may be solid work, such as theological or other study, necessitating close application.
Only it had the inconvenience of necessitating the sacrifice of a piece of handkerchief.
The remark was, in fact, made in an uncontrollable burst of anger, necessitating the severing of all diplomatic relations.
This gun also shelled the wagons as they came into camp, necessitating their halting under cover and coming in later.
On the other hand, it has the disadvantage of necessitating the employment of heavy fly-wheel to preserve cyclic regularity.
Some thing would break on the cars or blow out on the engine every few miles, necessitating a long stop for repairs.
It was in the ninth inning, necessitating another to decide the matter.
Stop when this point is reached or the edge will become feathery and break off, necessitating regrinding.
1620s, from Medieval Latin necessitatus, past participle of necessitare "to render necessary," from Latin necessitas (see necessity). Earlier verb in English was necessen (late 14c.). Related: Necessitated; necessitates; necessitating.