Having a value that is mostly, or entirely, a function of its desirability.(adjective)
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Use "positional" in a sentence
"With 11 senior players – including the long‑term absentees Nemanja Vidic and Darren Fletcher – occupying the Old Trafford treatment room the phrase "positional rotation" has assumed a whole new meaning as United's fit squad members are asked to pretend they are Ajax-type "total footballers"."
"Speltz prefers the term positional plagiocephaly because the babies 'flat heads are caused in part by their spending so much time on their backs' sleeping in cribs, lying back in car seats and carriages."
"COOPER: The family attorney, Michael Manning, said they suspects Gotbaum died of what he called positional asphyxia, which he claims might have begun when the police actually brought her to the ground in the terminal, which we see in that videotape."