en-en

Need

adverb

1) Of necessity. See Needs.

noun

1) A state that requires supply or relief; pressing occasion for something; necessity; urgent want.

2) Want of the means of subsistence; poverty; indigence; destitution.

3) That which is needful; anything necessary to be done; (pl.) necessary things; business.

4) Situation of need; peril; danger.

5) To be in want of; to have cause or occasion for; to lack; to require, as supply or relief.

v. i.

1) To be wanted; to be necessary.

Examples Sentences for

Need

1) Then it was gone, leaving her wondering if she were so in Need of a man that she was having hallucinations
2) They ask us if their ablutions Need to be redone should their noses bleed or if it is okay to fast while traveling and so on.
3) Marguerite had Need of all her energy, all her steadfastness of purpose, to keep up her courage through this weary midnight waiting.
4) Sometimes you Need to make a move to catch a break.
5) But then I Need to take a breath and pray for the wisdom to make the right decision.
6) Biennials grown for flowers , fruits , or seeds Need to be grown for two years
7) You Need to weigh your options and carefully consider which stepping-stones will lead you to your goals, and which might cause you to slip and fall.
8) In subsistence agriculture , the amounts of food waste are unknown but are likely to be insignificant by comparison , due to the limited stages at which waste can occur , and given that food is grown for projected Need as opposed to a global marketplace demand
9) I think that maybe you Need to understand that there are things that I can do for you that you will never be able to do for yourself.
10) It made me feel like she was a woman of substance and I didn‟t just Need to look at her body.
11) It’s perfectly reasonable of me to want and Need to know why someone would want to kill you
12) Tension -LRB- music -RRB- , in music , the perceived Need for relaxation or release created by a listeners expectations
13) Fortunately, John proved to be a very mature and capable bloke, who opened my eyes to more poverty and Need than I d ever witnessed.
14) Her benevolence is always the product of generosity and sen­ sitivity—pains are always taken so that its object (unlike the beneficiaries in many other eighteenth-century novels) is sub­ jected to as little Need for acknowledgment as possible.
15) Your significant other says, I Need space.
16) This only Need be said;—that when they all sat down to table at four o clock, about three hours after his arrival, he had secured his lady, engaged her mother’s consent, and was not only in the rapturous profession of the lover, but, in the reality of reason and truth, one of the happiest of men.
17) “I don’t Need to tell you.
18) “There’s no Need to close your eyes.
19) You Need love for marriage – but it must be a rational love, one based on a sound judgement of the material situation.
20) But over time her curiosity began to get the best of her, and the Need to put a face to his messages tugged at her.
21) Individual rules Need to be read in the light of the whole.
22) “I Need you to sign this.”
23) But they were just words now, and the kiss he returned wasn’t a searing kiss like the night before when he had been overwhelmed with Need and passion, or even a kiss like she’d had with Geo the night their feelings had overwhelmed them.
24) Evelina is one of the earliest novels that grow out of society's Need to place the new merchant class, and it begins to answer the question of how people become cultur­ ally secure after they have become socially equal—that is, after they have made the money.
25) Ashley knew he didn’t Need the money, but he Needed the food for his ego, and the power, and everything that went with it.
26) If the breaks aren't coming your way, then you Need to get to the place where they can find you, or you can find them.
27) A man who is not virtuous Need only be educated to understand the irra­ tionality of his misanthropy, and he will reform and become a contributing member of society.
28) “Well I Need you to keep the books balanced and for you to process payroll.
29) If we are too attached to our family, our position in society, even our local school or mosque, to the extent that they stand in the way of Union with God, we Need to tear those attachments down.”
30) “Okay, then I guess what I Need to be asking is why are you calling me after all this time?”