Pearl, looking at this bright wonder of a house began to caper and dance, and imperatively required that the whole breadth of sunshine should be stripped off its front, and given her to play with.
"I profess, madam," answered the clergyman, with a grave obeisance, such as the lady’s rank demanded, and his own good breeding made imperative—"I profess, on my conscience and character, that I am utterly bewildered as touching the purport of your words!
There are no more uses of "imperative" in the book.
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I’m hoping to be able to reveal this to my father soon enough, but, for tonight, discretion is imperative."
Kiera Cass -- The One
The evolutionary imperative that drove them to live in groups was the opportunity to kill them by the billions.