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the most frequently used, along with desirable and desirable, of those educations that were established in the 18th century. to replace older ones. still in only syntactic connection: optabilis wishing waͤrt Frisiusdict. (1556) 924ᵇ; Calepinusundec. ling. (1598) 999ᵃ. In the composition: desirable optabilis, optandusSteinbachdt. wb. (1734) 2, 981. Predicative use is more common than attributive, especially in recent use. desirable, welcome, pleasant, valuable, advantageous:
not always, as with you, the old age is desirable.
it carries much of the burden that it happily desires
J. E. Schlegelw. (1761) 4, 144;
But I am so happy now that I can hardly imagine a more desirable happiness in the world. C. F. Weiszelustsp. (1783) 3,365; I thought to say the friendliest thing to him: because the picture and the frame really turned out to be quite desirable Göthe IV 22, 50 W .; surely it is desirable to drink Hölderlinges from the same goblet with the beloved one of the world's winnings. tight. 2, 124 Litzmann; I would undoubtedly have been called to the office of Fouquéaltsächs, oh now so inexpressibly desirable. picture room (1818) 2, 169; A personal meeting between you and us is of course very desirable Bebelaus m. Leben (1946) 3, 53; So I didn't just write ... to the committee, but also specifically asked Ferdinand Freiligrath as the most desirable guest from Fontaneges. w. (1920) II 2, 434; (Luther) does not consider it (the organ) in Protestant worship to be necessary or even desirable, but at most tolerated it wherever he found it SchweitzerBach (1948) 22. sharper with the moment of demand, of being commanded or of necessity: since Rammler did not include these ... pieces in his collection ..., a more complete ... collection and edition of the same is very desirableh Herder 23, 533 p .; You (Schücking) will not get angry with your mother if she reminds you that you are now at the age where a secure position is beginning to be extremely desirable, and that you must in no case pull the board from under your feet ( 1842) A. v. Droste-Hülshoffbr. 2, 41 Schulte-K .; In his diminished dialectic, he has now explained himself with the utmost clarity on this point, D. Fr. Strauszges. schr. (1876) 6.80; the strictest order is necessary, and it is clear how desirable it is that all orders at the station should be placed in one hand by Moltkeges. schr. u. denkw. (1892) 7:35; In doing so, however, she sought after her thoughts, which made her heart pound, more than after the reasonably desirable slumber Th. MannLotte in Weimar (1946) 33. In connection with a negation, a sharp rejection can be expressed: this area (the work house) seemed familiar and undesirable to the red-eyed Holteierz. schr. (1861) 20, 114; Given the uncertain prospects of the all-beloved, but also just as misunderstood young man, the marriage (became) undesirable, yes dangerous, declared G. Kellerges. w. (1889) 6, 164; Paul Pfizer considered all serious things to be necessary to prove to the Swabians that a protectorate of France over our small states was not desirable Treitschkehist. and polit. (1886) 1, 391. substantiated: from a calm and thorough possession of what is desirable in the world ... excluded Göthe I 23, 247 W .; Among all the desirable things I expect from the future, the most desirable thing for me is to live with you again Hebbelbr. (1904) 1, 143 Werner; she sees that ... as something desirable, but not something necessary Fontaneges. w. (1905) I 5, 48; this is how his life ... gives the impression that everything he wants has fallen into his schosz by itself H. Hesseglasperlenspiel (1943) 1, 270. -
Reference
German dictionary by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. Lfg. 13 (1960), Vol. XIV, II (1960), Col. 2050, line 17.

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  • spicy smell, m.
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  • spiciness, f.
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  • spiciness, f.
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  • herb, f.
  • herb, n.
  • spice grocer, m.
  • seasoning, f.
  • spice shopkeeper, f.
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  • spice shop, m.
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  • seasoning, f.
  • mortar, f.
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  • spice nails, n.
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  • spice box, f.
  • wort sieve, f.
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  • Würzstein, m.
  • seasoning, f.
  • spice bushes, f.
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  • seasoning trough, m.
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  • spicy, f.
  • spice balance, f.
  • seasoning, f.
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  • seasoning ceremony, f.
  • wort dedication day, m.
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  • spicy, m.
  • wüscheltag, m.
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  • desert flumes, n.
  • deserts, vb
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  • desert ant, f.
  • desert arabian, m.
  • desert-like, f.
  • desert eye, f.
  • desert tree, f.
  • desert dwellers, m.
  • desert image, n.
  • desert buck, f.
  • desert floor, f.
  • desert fountain, f.
  • desert bush, f.
  • desert character, f.
  • desert village, f.
  • desert thorn, f.
  • desert demon, f.
  • desert drought, f.
  • desert egg, f.
  • desert lizard, f.
  • deserted, f.
  • desert hermit, f.
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  • desert fiery, f.
  • desert fort, f.
  • desert freedom, f.
  • desert fox, f.
  • desert prince, f.
  • desert walk, f.
  • desert area, f.
  • desert mountains, f.
  • desert vulture, f.
  • desert spirit, f.
  • desert channel, n.
  • desert face, f.
  • desert ghost, f.
  • desert glow, f.
  • desert grass, f.
  • desert gray, f.
  • desert belt, f.