|have something desirable||rejoice in|
|(Slang) person who is sexually desirable||bit of stuff|
|act of bragging, something bragged about, exaggerate about oneself, desirable possession, excessively proud statement, possess something desirable, shape stone, speak proudly about possessions or accomplishments||boast|
|act of indicating, medical sign, reading instrument, sign of something, something necessary or desirable, something which indicates, mark, signal, suggestion, symptom; act of indicating or showing||indication|
|act of winnowing; device for winnowing grain, examine something to remove bad parts, process of winnowing, separate the grain from the chaff; separate the good from the bad; blow through; scatter; blow over; sift through, select the desirable parts, us...||winnow|
|advantageous, approving, consenting, gaining approval, positive, approving; likable; helpful, encouraging; promising; desirable (also favourable)||favorable|
|any of several varieties of sweet round apples (often with green or yellow skins), desirable or admirable person or thing, pip or seed, variety of apple||pippin|
|arousing jealousy, causing envy; excellent, worthy of envy, highly desirable||enviable|
|artificially good-looking, exciting and desirable||glamorous; glamourous|
|as well, excessively; also, extremely, indeed, more than is desirable, see also:also, very||too|
|bad (Superlative of), badly (Superlative of), defeat somebody, ill, in the most awful manner, in the most grave manner, least good, least good thing, least well, lest desirable situation; least desirable thing, soundly defeat, overcome, get the better of||worst|
|balance sheet items, owned items, seizable property, somebody or something useful, something of value (property, goods, etc.); desirable item or quality, something beneficial, valuable thing||asset|
|benefit from desirable condition or situation, find something pleasing, have fun, get pleasure from, have good experience, have good time, have sex with somebody, have use of something||enjoy|
|commit more than is desirable or necessary; pledge or invest too much; take too many obligations upon oneself, take on more than is achievable||overcommit|
|dark reddish-purple, desirable, fruit of the plum tree, small fruit tree, something choice, type of fruit; good position, good job (Slang)||plum|
|delicious, tasty; fertile, thriving, full and green; plentiful; pleasing to the senses; luxurious, rich; sensual, seductive, desirable, romantic and emotional, sweet and juicy||luscious|
|designed to hang on wall, large picture of a famous or beautiful person that is designed to be hung on the wall, picture of sexually desirable person, sexually attractive person||pinup|
|desirable young woman||nymphet; nymphette|
|desirable, favorable; giving priority, showing a preference, showing favoritism, showing favoritism in international trade||preferential|
|desirable, good (Informal); marvelous, excellent; plum-filled, containing plums, like plums, rich and resonant||plummy|
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