Must [noun]

Definition of Must:

necessity, essential

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Opposite/Antonyms of Must:


Sentence/Example of Must:

All of a sudden the Writer and the Sketcher found themselves thrust into the presence of He-who-must-be-obeyed.

All of a sudden, with one accord, they put to the Sphinx the question that He-who-must-be-obeyed had asked them.

Had not He-who-must-be-obeyed ordered them to seek out the solution of the Great Conundrum?

The starching, the fluting, the ironing, all take precious hours that might be employed upon some of the must-haves.

It was that terrible once-on-board-the-lugger-and-the-girl-is-mine-I-must-and-shall-possess-her feeling in its most acute form.

Pictures was taken down—old pictures that must-a belonged to the spirits when they was alive.

Oh, a horrible enchanted castle, with wet walls of emotions and ponderous chains of feelings and a ghastly atmosphere of must-be.

I'm only a p-p-poor wine-g-grower, and know n-nothing about wh-what you have just t-told me; I m-m-must th-think about it.

Surely you must-know dear; how could I meet Sir Wilfred when he is still in ignorance of our engagement?

Among our must-bes, we would lay by a generous sum for plumbing.