It's imperative to restrict everything that makes his stomach upset.
It's imperative to your success.
Between Howie's bold pronouncement, and what seemed like attacks on all quarters, I knew strong decisions were imperative and I was the problem solver in residence.
It's imperative you see me at the earliest opportunity.
It was imperative to maintain enough control to keep from hurting or biting her.
The words in question, and indeed any imperative form of this kind, are still unknown to the East and were of very late introduction in the West.
It was imperative that everyone understood the rules so that this would not happen again.
Hence arises the imperative necessity of good cultivation by the planter, and of circumspection in the purchase and acceptance of canes on the part of the manufacturer.
In any case D'Erlon could not come back in time to give him effectual help. But incapable of grasping the situation, and beside himself with rage, Ney sent imperative orders to D'Erlon to return at once, and immediately afterwards he ordered Kellermann to lead his one available cuirassier brigade and break through Wellington's line.
Clement realized the imperative necessity of conciliating the powers.
Dealt with, the enemys towns were spared, except when grave offences and insurrections, as at Miletus and Athens, rendered punishment imperative; and their inhabitants were treated with mildness.
To maintain, Or regain, the suzerainty over Mesopotamia and the vassal states of that region, as also over Atropatene and Armenia, was its most imperative task.
MISERERE (the imperative of Lat.
A contract made by an urban council, whereof the value and amount exceed X50, must be under seal, and certain other formalities must be observed, some of which are imperative; for example, the taking of sureties from the contractor, and the making provision for penalties to be paid by him in case the terms of the contract are not observed.
All tenses of reflexive verbs except the imperative and present participle are formed by prefixing the pronoun which indicates the object to the verb, in the dative or genitive case (abbreviated) as the verb may require; but in the reflexive imperative and present participle the verb precedes the pronoun; e.g.
All are required to abstain from tobacco and wine; the women used not to be allowed to wear gold or silver, or silk or brocade, but this rule is commonly broken now; and although neither celibacy nor retirement from the affairs of the world is either imperative or customary, unusual respect is shown to those who voluntarily submit themselves to ascetic discipline.
Consumerism is imperative to our culture's paradigm.
It is therefore imperative to include all names of jointly liable people from the start.
It is imperative that the cooperation and goodwill of the profession be regained.
It's imperative to describe the differences between these two software programs.
The nature of their actions makes it absolutely imperative that they fully cooperate.
The word "be" is an imperative verb.
This spiritual dimension addresses the imperative for compassion among all peoples.
Water is imperative for survival.