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asset a useful or desirable quality or thing. [2/3 definitions]
best most satisfactory; most desirable. [1/11 definitions]
better in a more desirable or excellent manner. [1/14 definitions]
dangle to offer or seem to offer (something desirable) so as to tempt or motivate. [1/3 definitions]
desert1 a place deficient in some desirable quality. [1/5 definitions]
desolate without those things necessary or desirable for life; bleak; barren. [1/6 definitions]
eligible fit, worthy, or desirable, esp. for marriage. [1/2 definitions]
enrich to provide with an increased quantity of any valuable or desirable thing or quality. [1/4 definitions]
gold something comparable to gold in being regarded as beautiful, desirable, valuable, or the like. [1/11 definitions]
gold mine (informal) a source of something very desirable or valuable, such as information or money. [1/2 definitions]
good having qualities that are desired, enjoyed, or beneficial; desirable. [1/24 definitions]
goody (informal; usu. pl.) something that is very pleasing, delightful, or desirable, esp. something sweet or delicious to eat. [1/2 definitions]
hunk (slang) a desirable, usu. well-built man. [1/2 definitions]
loquacious containing more words or dialogue than desirable; wordy. [1/2 definitions]
lure anything that attracts by some desirable quality. [2/3 definitions]
made-to-order exceptionally fitting, suitable, useful, or desirable. [1/2 definitions]
manly possessing qualities that are considered to be desirable in or befitting a man; masculine.
margin a limit beyond which something is no longer desirable or beyond which something no longer exists. [1/9 definitions]
optimal most wanted or desirable; producing or likely to produce the best result; optimum.
optimum the situation, quantity, degree, or other condition that is most desirable. [2 definitions]
overstock a supply that is larger than is necessary or desirable. [1/2 definitions]