Requirement to Resemble
1. The act of requiring; demand; requisition.
2. That which is required; an imperative or authoritative command; an essential condition; something needed
or necessary; a need.
One of those who believe that they can fill up every requirement contained in the rule of righteousness.J. M. Mason.
God gave her the child, and gave her too an instinctive knowledge of its nature and requirements.Hawthorne.
(Re*quir"er) n. One who requires.
(Req"ui*site) n. That which is required, or is necessary; something indispensable.
God, on his part, has declared the requisites on ours; what we must do to obtain blessings, is the great
business of us all to know.Wake.
(Req"ui*site), a. [L. requisitus, p. p. requirere; pref. re- re- + quaerere to ask. See Require.]
Required by the nature of things, or by circumstances; so needful that it can not be dispensed with; necessary; indispensable.
All truth requisite for men to know.Milton.
Syn. Necessary; needful; indispensable; essential.
Req"ui*site*ly, adv. Req"ui*site*ness, n.
(Req`ui*si"tion) n.[Cf. F. réquisition, L. requisitio a searching.]
1. The act of requiring, as of right; a demand or application made as by authority. Specifically: (a) (International
Law) A formal demand made by one state or government upon another for the surrender or
extradition of a fugitive from justice. Kent. (b) (Law) A notarial demand of a debt. Wharton. (c)
(Mil.) A demand by the invader upon the people of an invaded country for supplies, as of provision,
forage, transportation, etc. Farrow. (d) A formal application by one officer to another for things needed
in the public service; as, a requisition for clothing, troops, or money.
2. That which is required by authority; especially, a quota of supplies or necessaries.
3. A written or normal call; an invitation; a summons; as, a reqisition for a public meeting. [Eng.]
(Req`ui*si"tion), v. t.
1. To make a reqisition on or for; as, to requisition a district for forage; to requisition troops.
2. To present a requisition to; to summon request; as, to requisition a person to be a candidate. [Eng.]
(Req`ui*si"tion*ist), n. One who makes or signs a requisition.
(Re*quis"i*tive) a. Expressing or implying demand. [R.] Harris.
(Re*quis"i*tive), n. One who, or that which, makes requisition; a requisitionist. [R.]
(Re*quis"i*tor) n. One who makes reqisition; esp., one authorized by a requisition to investigate
(Re*quis"i*to*ry) a. Sought for; demanded. [R.] Summary on Du Bartas