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requisite
used in The Mill on the Floss

3 uses
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Definition
anything necessary or required for a particular purpose
  • Tom gave the requisite pantomime to indicate the double enjoyment of pulling the trigger and thrusting the spear.
    2.4 -- Book 2 Chapter 4 -- "The Young Idea" (65% in)
  • Perhaps she felt it necessary to recover her position with him on the present occasion for, as she sat sliding on the heap of grain near which he was busying himself, she said, at that shrill pitch which was requisite in mill-society,— "I think you never read any book but the Bible, did you, Luke?"
    1.4 -- Book 1 Chapter 4 -- Tom Is Expected (51% in)
  • Sister Pullet was in tears when the one-horse chaise stopped before Mrs. Tulliver's door, and it was apparently requisite that she should shed a few more before getting out; for though her husband and Mrs. Tulliver stood ready to support her, she sat still and shook her head sadly, as she looked through her tears at the vague distance.
    1.7 -- Book 1 Chapter 7 -- Enter the Aunts and Uncles (13% in)

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