Undemanded



verb (used with object)
1.
to ask for with proper authority; claim as a right:
He demanded payment of the debt.
2.
to ask for peremptorily or urgently:
He demanded sanctuary. She demanded that we let her in.
3.
to call for or require as just, proper, or necessary:
This task demands patience. Justice demands objectivity.
4.
Law.

to lay formal legal claim to.
to summon, as to court.

verb (used without object)
5.
to make a demand; inquire; ask.
noun
6.
the act of demanding.
7.
something that is demanded.
8.
an urgent or pressing requirement:
demands upon one’s time.
9.
Economics.

the desire to purchase, coupled with the power to do so.
the quantity of goods that buyers will take at a particular price.

10.
a requisition; a legal claim:
The demands of the client could not be met.
11.
the state of being wanted or sought for purchase or use:
an article in great demand.
12.
Archaic. inquiry; question.
Idioms
13.
on demand, upon presentation or request for payment:
The fee is payable on demand.
verb (transitive; may take a clause as object or an infinitive)
1.
to request peremptorily or urgently
2.
to require or need as just, urgent, etc: the situation demands attention
3.
to claim as a right; exact: his parents demanded obedience of him
4.
(law) to make a formal legal claim to (property, esp realty)
noun
5.
an urgent or peremptory requirement or request
6.
something that requires special effort or sacrifice: a demand on one’s time
7.
the act of demanding something or the thing demanded: the kidnappers’ demand was a million pounds
8.
an insistent question or query
9.
(economics)

willingness and ability to purchase goods and services
the amount of a commodity that consumers are willing and able to purchase at a specified price Compare supply1 (sense 9)

10.
(law) a formal legal claim, esp to real property
11.
in demand, sought after; popular
12.
on demand, as soon as requested: a draft payable on demand

demand definition

The amount of any given commodity that people are ready and able to buy at a given time for a given price. (See supply and demand.)
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in demand
make demands on
on demand

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