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address, admission, admission fee, anchorage, application, apply for, appoint, appurtenance, ask, ask a question, ask about, ask for, ask questions, asking, assess, at once, authority, authorize, bare necessities, be hurting for, be indicated, beg leave, behest, bespeak, bid, bid come, bill of sale, birthright, blackmail, bone of contention, bother, bring into question, brokerage, brook no denial, burden with, burdening, call, call away, call back, call for, call forth, call in, call out, call together, call up, carfare, catechism, cellarage, challenge, charge, charge for, charges, charging, cite, claim, clamor for, coerce, command, compel, conjugal right, conjure, conjure up, constrain, convene, convoke, cover charge, coveted, crave, cross-interrogatory, cross-question, cry for, cry out for, debating point, demand for, desideration, desideratum, desirable, desire, desired, dictate, direct, divine right, dockage, doing, droit, due, dues, enjoin, enquire, entrance fee, essential, essentials, evoke, exact, exaction, exactment, expressed desire, extort, extortion, faculty, fail, fare, fasten upon, fee, feeler, file for, force, freight with, freighting, have occasion for, hire, immediately, impetration, impose, impose on, impose upon, imposing an onus, imposition, in demand, inalienable right, inconsiderateness, inconvenience, indent, indispensable, inflict on, inflict upon, infliction, inquire, inquire of, inquiry, insist, insist on, insistence, interest, interpellate, interrogation, interrogative, interrogatory, invoke, issue, issue an ultimatum, lack, lay, lay down, lay on, laying on, leader, leading question, leave no option, levy, license fee, loading, loading down, make a demand, make a request, make a requisition, make application, make dutiable, make inquiry, make obligatory, market, marketability, mass market, moot point, must, must item, muster, muster up, natural right, necessaries, necessitate, necessities, necessity, need, need for, needed, oblige, obtrusiveness, occasion, on call, on demand, order, order up, outcry, outlet, page, petition, pilotage, place, place an order, point at issue, point in question, popular, portage, postulate, power, preconize, prerequire, prerequirement, prerequisite, prerogative, prescribe, prescription, presumptive right, presumptuousness, pretense, pretension, pro rata, problem, proper claim, property right, propose a question, propound a question, prorate, put, put down, put in for, put in requisition, put on, put queries, put upon, query, question, question at issue, question mark, quodlibet, recall, rend from, rending, request, require, require an answer, requirement, requisite, requisition, retail, right, ripping, saddle with, sale, salvage, scot, scot and lot, screw, send after, send for, serve, set, shot, solicit, stick for, storage, subject to, subpoena, summon, summon forth, summon up, summons, take, take doing, take no denial, task, tasking, tax, taxing, tear from, tearing, the necessary, the needful, tie-in, tithe, title, toll, topic, towage, trial balloon, trouble, turnover, unwarranted demand, use, vested interest, vested right, vexed question, want, want doing, want to know, wanted, warn, weight down with, weighting, wharfage, whistle for, wholesale, wish, without delay, wrench, wrench from, wrenching, wrest, wresting, wring, wring from, wringing, yoke with

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  • demand — de·mand 1 n 1: a formal request or call for something (as payment for a debt) esp. based on a right or made with force a shareholder must first make a demand on the corporation s board of directors to act R. C. Clark a written demand for payment… …   Law dictionary

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  • Demand — ist der Familienname von Christian Demand (* 1960), deutscher Kunstkritiker und seit 2006 Professor für Kunstgeschichte an der Akademie der Bildenden Künste Nürnberg Heinrich Demand (1902–1974), deutscher Politiker (SPD), nordrhein westfälischer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Demand — De*mand , n. [F. demande, fr. demander. See {Demand}, v. t.] 1. The act of demanding; an asking with authority; a peremptory urging of a claim; a claiming or challenging as due; requisition; as, the demand of a creditor; a note payable on demand …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • demand — [di mand′, dimänd′] vt. [ME demaunden < OFr demander, to demand < L demandare, to give in charge < de , away, from + mandare, to entrust: see MANDATE] 1. to ask for boldly or urgently 2. to ask for as a right or with authority 3. to… …   English World dictionary

  • demand — vb Demand, claim, require, exact are comparable not as close synonyms but as sharing the basic meaning to ask or call for something as due or as necessary or as strongly desired. Demand strongly implies peremptoriness or insistency; if the… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Demand — De*mand , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Demanded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Demanding}.] [F. demander, LL. demandare to demand, summon, send word, fr. L. demandare to give in charge, intrust; de + mandare to commit to one s charge, commission, order, command. Cf …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • demand — ► NOUN 1) an insistent and peremptory request, made as of right. 2) (demands) pressing requirements. 3) the desire of purchasers or consumers for a particular commodity or service. ► VERB 1) ask authoritatively or brusquely. 2) insist on having …   English terms dictionary

  • demand — You demand something from or (less commonly) of someone (demanded an apology from or of him), and you make a demand on someone for something (kept putting more demands on the overworked staff for their time) …   Modern English usage

  • demand — [n] question, request appeal, application, arrogation, bid, bidding, call, call for, charge, claim, clamor, command, counterclaim, entreatment, entreaty, exaction, impetration, imploration, importunity, imposition, inquiry, insistence, interest,… …   New thesaurus

  • Demand — De*mand , v. i. To make a demand; to inquire. [1913 Webster] The soldiers likewise demanded of him, saying, And what shall we do? Luke iii. 14. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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