sought after

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Related to sought after: much sought after
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Adj.1.sought after - greatly desired
desirable - worth having or seeking or achieving; "a desirable job"; "computer with many desirable features"; "a desirable outcome"
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(siːk) past tense, past participle sought (soːt) verb
1. (sometimes with for) to try to find, get or achieve. He is seeking (for) an answer; You should seek your lawyer's advice; She's seeking fame in the world of television.
2. to try. These men are seeking to destroy the government.
sought after
wanted; asked for. This book is much sought after; a much sought-after book.
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