Definition for DE-SIR'A-BLE

DE-SIR'A-BLE, a. [s as z; See Desire.]

  1. Worthy of desire; that is to be wished for with sincerity or earnestness. An easy address is a desirable accomplishment; real virtue is still more desirable.
  2. Pleasing; agreeable. All of them desirable young men. – Ezek. xxiii.

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