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de·sid·er·ate

 (dĭ-sĭd′ə-rāt′)
tr.v. de·sid·er·at·ed, de·sid·er·at·ing, de·sid·er·ates
To wish to have or see happen.

[Latin dēsīderāre, dēsīderāt-, to desire; see desire.]

de·sid′er·a′tion n.

desiderate

(dɪˈzɪdəˌreɪt)
vb
(tr) to feel the lack of or need for; long for; miss
[C17: from Latin dēsīderāre, from de- + sīdus star; see desire]
deˌsiderˈation n

de•sid•er•ate

(dɪˈsɪd əˌreɪt)

v.t. -at•ed, -at•ing.
to wish or long for.
[1635–45; < Latin dēsīderātus, past participle of dēsīderāre to long for, require]
de•sid`er•a′tion, n.
de•sid′er•a•tive (-ər ə tɪv, -əˌreɪ tɪv) adj.

desiderate


Past participle: desiderated
Gerund: desiderating

Imperative
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Present
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Preterite
I desiderated
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Present Continuous
I am desiderating
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Present Perfect
I have desiderated
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Past Continuous
I was desiderating
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Past Perfect
I had desiderated
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Future
I will desiderate
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Future Perfect
I will have desiderated
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Future Continuous
I will be desiderating
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Present Perfect Continuous
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been desiderating
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been desiderating
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Conditional
I would desiderate
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Past Conditional
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She could no longer sit still, and actually struck the table with her fist when the croupier cried out, "Trente-six," instead of the desiderated zero.
Tisher, and lay an offering on the shrine of Propriety by affecting to look for some desiderated article.
Sinclair's essay though not about name-changing mentions that prestigious titles (or caste' names) such as Syed (the best) Khan(chief) and Sheikh (chiefvenerable)14"all proclaiming foreign descent"have actually been appropriated by local Muslim converts because they facilitate claim to the desiderated identity of a status higher than the one they were born in.
Baruch Hochman of Commentary characterizes the novel as a "wish-fulfillment fairy tale which concludes with the familiar, sugary projection of desiderated relationships.
The spread of the market's domain brings our societies closer to the abstract society already described and desiderated by Karl Popper.
Austen famously desiderated "three or four families in a country village" as good "casting ground" for a novelist, and here, in a slightly different register, is a version of that modest scale and sense of "les petits gens de l'hi-stoire" (blame Prudie again, if you will, in the guise of Laforgue, not Baudelaire, this time).
Roberts's admiration for Barry's vision extended beyond its visual appearance; 'In the Houses of Parliament', he wrote 'he [Barry] has not only introduced the decorative Gothic, but he created, what was much more desiderated, a school of carvers in wood and stone, and workers in metal.
Other weak point is to establish de Uses of the Territory and how to determinate the Capacity of the territory to carry many desiderated uses and how to have scenarios for the ELDP.
Thus Spaulding and Ravelli, starting from a purloined artwork of the European dix-huitieme, have proceeded through a fictitious but desiderated and personally-designed dwelling place, to leftist moths, to a drama about a painful (if at times funny) "racial" conflict.
A few proposals were ambitious and displayed the theoretical sophistication my teammate desiderated.
They stand on either side of the veil of illusions desiderated by Burke, forming the taste for the noble sentiments by whose means political ambition (with no allegiance to nobility at all) may be satisfied with the minimum of delay.