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Spell check of necessary

Correct spelling: necessary

Synonyms:
needed, ineludible, imperative, must-have, permanent, requirement, requisite, involuntary, elementary, inherent, exigent, significant, key, sure, unessential, basis, good, must, ingrained, urgent, probably, unimportant, at all costs, binding, intrinsic, inescapable, momentous, core, essential, constraining, necessity, cardinal, prerequisite, assured, proviso, imminent, demand, prime, probable, chief, fixed, infallible, obligation, basic, unavoidable, obligatory, specified, inexorable, necessitous, peremptory, innate, all-important, likely, important, priority, expected, fundamental, unescapable, incumbent, determinate, compulsory, vital, inevitable, integral, concern, guaranteed, element, pressing, stipulated, mandatory, forced, paramount, indispensable, possibly, needful, wanted, of necessity, crucial, essence, ineluctable, expedient, required, principal, nonelective, bound, staple, critical, decisive, constant, quintessential, certain, feature, undeniable.

Antonyms:
excess, unclear, improbable, evadable, worthless, undecided, avertable, questionable, avertible, nonessential, evitable, external, undesired, insignificant, extraneous, dubious, discretionary, superfluous, unreliable, unessential, undependable, elective, redundant, uncertain, unimportant, extra, needless, supernumerary, avoidable, doubtful, unnecessary, optional, inconsequential, unsure, preventable, uncalled-for, gratuitous, contingent, inessential, surplus, unwanted, shaky, spare, voluntary, chosen, unsettled, unneeded, unlikely, supererogatory, useless, dispensable, casual.

Examples of usage:

1) It was necessary to act at once. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) But as he said that you were to go to Fashoda, it is necessary that you should reach there alive. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

3) Then it was necessary to think of something else. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

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