sought-after

[sawt-af-ter, -ahf-]
adjective
that is in demand; desirable: a sought-after speaker.

Origin:
1880–85

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sought-after
 
adj
in demand; wanted

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Example sentences
Furthermore, some of the sought-after effects will require topological insulators to be combined with more common materials.
In terms of individual occupations, plant and machine operators are increasingly sought-after.
Her humorous style and up-beat presentations make her a versatile and sought-after speaker.
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