Related to Necessitude: necessitate


n.1.Necessitousness; want.
2.Necessary connection or relation.
Between kings and their people, parents and their children, there is so great a necessitude, propriety, and intercourse of nature.
- Jer. Taylor.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Therefore (l) there is a further advantage namly the mutual communication and participation of one Man in that good that he wants, and another hath or hath in greater abundance, for Nature hath so order'd the several states and conditions of Men that one Man stands in need of what another hath, and this creates necessitude between one Man and another, and by this disposition of the Divine regiment of things, there is a Mutual necessitude and indigence of mutual Offices between Man and Man, one Man hath more wit, another more Courage, another a (m) good Naturalist or Physician, another a (n) good Orator, one dexterous (o) in Mechanicks of one kind, another of another; /fol.