Government regulations were not anathema to the market but requisite.
With guidance from aides, he will freeze for the requisite photo ops.
This gives you the requisite discipline to let life unfold without manipulating it to achieve desired outcomes.
If everyone was going to suddenly die at 45, we might be able to get the requisite productivity boost.
Yes, it contained the requisite praise, but Romney was almost an afterthought.
If the teachers have not the requisite knowledge now, let it at once be acquired.
There is a small kitchen for cooking the meals for the cats, and this is fitted with every requisite.
But Dante's egotism goes rather further than was requisite, so that the transcendental insight might not fail in his philosophy.
A weight of from 40 to 80 pounds is needed to produce the requisite pressure.
Before assignment to submarine duty, too, a special course of training is requisite.
required, necessary; indispensable
something required, necessary, or indispensable
Latin requirere 'to need'