There were also the requisite wealthy girls who simply wanted to stay in New York.
This gives you the requisite discipline to let life unfold without manipulating it to achieve desired outcomes.
Evidence you gave your children the requisite amount of attention: they have no interest in being famous.
If everyone was going to suddenly die at 45, we might be able to get the requisite productivity boost.
Yes, it contains the requisite nod to “liberal bias”—the devout conservative belief that provides the very foundation of Fox News.
If the teachers have not the requisite knowledge now, let it at once be acquired.
Self-confidence is the first requisite to great undertakings.
But Dante's egotism goes rather further than was requisite, so that the transcendental insight might not fail in his philosophy.
Invention is also as much a requisite in our art as in any other.
Before assignment to submarine duty, too, a special course of training is requisite.
required, necessary; indispensable
something required, necessary, or indispensable
Latin requirere 'to need'