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Need, Necessary, and Necessity. Is there a big difference between "need", "necessary", and "necessity"? In what thing i can use "need", "necessary", and "necessity"? Is "need" the word that often used? #Thank You
Feb 22, 2014 6:50 AM
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Necessity is that which is indispensably necessary. Ex: Food and shelter are necessities of life. Need indicates some temporary want. Ex:I am in need of a good servant. Do you need any help?
February 22, 2014
"Need" and "necessity" are nouns; "necessary," however is an adjective. The two nouns, I believe, are interchangeable.
February 22, 2014
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