desideratum :

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  • n  something desired as a necessity

  • But I don't think equal is necessarily a desideratum.
  • School integration certainly is not the desideratum, the panacea, for America's racial problems that it was once conceived to be.
  • The desideratum was to heighten not the suspense but the dramatic finality of this achievement by delaying it as long as possible.
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  • Olusegun Obasanjo in Vanguard
    In effect, attainment of food security, which has been defined as the availability of guaranteed access to food at affordable prices by all segments of society, particularly vulnerable groups, must be seen as a desideratum of development,...

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