Necessitude

Ne*ces"si*tude

(?), n. [L. necessitudo, fr. necesse. See Necessray.] 1. Necessitousness; want. Sir M. Hale.
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2. Necessary connection or relation.
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Between kings and their people, parents and their children, there is so great a necessitude, propriety, and intercourse of nature.
Jer. Taylor.
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