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Use "necessaries" in a sentence
""Yes," said Wright, "but long enough for an accident; how I do like necessaries;" adding, in an undertone, as he pulled his wife along, something about "enough for _tavern debts_, but nothing to buy _necessaries_.""
"Into this pit the women dragged bedding, food, and all sorts of necessaries from the wagons."
"He has pointed out that certain necessaries of life, such as tea and coffee, are taxed."