Silvia had all the requisites of mind and manner and Domestic Science necessary to a “hearth-and home-” maker.
The first of all requisites for human sustenance is Bread, which with great propriety is denominated 'the staff of life.'
Speed and sufficient strength to carry a long gun were the only requisites, the Confederate men-of-war being few and far between.
Without the first two requisites, however, this last is worth little.
One tree after another is visited, before one is found which combines the requisites of shelter, security and convenience.
Insight into character is one of the first requisites of a historian.
It is said to be an excellent road, and well supplied with the requisites for encamping.
Starting early, we took our guns and the requisites for a pic-nic.
He, in fact, gave to action the highest place among the requisites of effective speech.
They saw around them the three requisites of a camp—water, wood, and grass.
required, necessary; indispensable
something required, necessary, or indispensable
Latin requirere 'to need'