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adapt to make fit or suitable for a particular need or condition; adjust. [1/2 definitions]
adequate good enough or well enough suited for the situation or need; satisfactory. [1/3 definitions]
appetite any physical desire or need. [1/3 definitions]
blind beyond reason or the need for evidence. [1/12 definitions]
bull's-eye something that exactly meets a need or aim. [1/3 definitions]
call a demand or need. [1/22 definitions]
convenience the quality of being suitable or handy for one's purpose or need. [1/4 definitions]
crave to desire intensely or need urgently. [1/3 definitions]
defensive reflecting a need to protect oneself from a real or perceived attack. [1/6 definitions]
demand to need or require. [1/9 definitions]
desert2 to leave or fail to help in a time of need. [1/3 definitions]
desiderate to want, need, or long for.
desire a need or longing. [1/6 definitions]
desperate having no regard for danger as the result of hopelessness or great need. [2/4 definitions]
desperately in a desperate way; with a sense of extreme urgency, need, or despair. [1/2 definitions]
distress a state of extreme need or trouble. [1/4 definitions]
do the ironing to press with a hot iron those clothes or other materials that are in need of pressing.
enough adequate to satisfy a requirement or need; sufficient. [2/6 definitions]
fill to fully satisfy (a need or desire). [1/9 definitions]
food bank a place where food is collected and distributed to those who are in need. [1/2 definitions]
hoarding the action of accumulating and saving money or goods as provision against future need, especially in a secretive and guarded fashion. [1/2 definitions]