De*sir"a*ble (?), a. [F. d'esirable, fr. L. desiderabilis. See Desire, v. t.]

Worthy of desire or longing; fitted to excite desire or a wish to possess; pleasing; agreeable.

All of them desirable young men. Ezek. xxiii. 12.

As things desirable excite Desire, and objects move the appetite. Blackmore.


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