desirably


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de·sir·a·ble

 (dĭ-zīr′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. Worth having or seeking, as by being useful, advantageous, or pleasing: a desirable job in the film industry; a home computer with many desirable features.
2. Worth doing or achieving; advisable: a desirable reform; a desirable outcome.
3. Arousing desire, especially sexual desire.
n.
A desirable person or thing.

de·sir′a·bil′i·ty, de·sir′a·ble·ness n.
de·sir′a·bly adv.
Translations

desirably

[dɪˈzaɪərəblɪ] ADV desirably locatedcon una situación ideal

desirably

adv locatedreizvoll; equipped, furnishedattraktiv; male, sexy, femininebegehrenswert
References in classic literature ?
The rooms were too large for her to move in with ease: whatever she touched she expected to injure, and she crept about in constant terror of something or other; often retreating towards her own chamber to cry; and the little girl who was spoken of in the drawing-room when she left it at night as seeming so desirably sensible of her peculiar good fortune, ended every day's sorrows by sobbing herself to sleep.
Some of his occupations wrought less desirably upon him.
Instinctively she wss impelled to hold off, to make him woo her, to make herself more desirably valuable ere she yielded.
India could not desirably increase its trade with Afghanistan and Central Asia as Pakistan has been reluctant to allow India overland access to Afghanistan and beyond through its territory.
The property is desirably located next to Holly Hill Subdivision on Seminole Trail (Rt.
Located in St Martins Road, Finham, and on the market at offers over PS575,000 through the Fine & Country estate agency, the detached house is desirably located and set back on a secluded service road with a large driveway and extensive rear gardens.
The asking price for influential entertainment executive Chris Albrecht's desirably private mini-mansion in a particularly plummy pocket of Los Angeles' ritzy Brentwood community is now $7.
Human beings being what they are, Machiavelli argues not only that feuds (and warfare) are more or less permanent features of public life, but that this is desirably so.
Third, and less desirably, it is spreading the impact of the loss of income across the entire economy, he said.
Summary: Gold, crimson and brown - there's something desirably enticing about earthy, wholesome produce.
He died even before this unhappy malady came into being, back when my head of hair was still desirably full, or, as Danton Remoto would say, a graceful river.
The mercapto moieties of said dimercaptothiadiazole are desirably protected from prematurely reacting with, for example, diene-based elastomers and sulfur-containing silica coupling agents by pre-reaction with an aromatic carboxylic acid chloride or by reacting in situ with an aromatic carboxylic acid.