|a demanding responsibility, one who assigns tasks to others (especially severe tasks), person who supervises work demandingly||taskmaster|
|absolute, enforced rigorously, faithful, growing upright, precise, severe in maintaining discipline, demanding, harsh; literal, narrow, rigid; explicit, exact; absolute, complete||strict|
|abundantly using something, broad and dark, busy, clumsy, dark and overcast, demanding, difficult to lift; having a great weight; very large, massive; grave, serious; deep, profound, explicit, extensively producing or refining something, fleshy, full, ...||heavy|
|act of demanding and obtaining something, extortion, act of demanding or requiring more than is reasonable, payment obtained by force, unfair demand||exaction|
|act of demanding the return of property, act of reclaiming property||revendication|
|act of demanding the return of property; repossession, act of retaking possession, conversion of land, extraction from waste, reclaiming of something||reclamation|
|action by claimant to recover goods, order demanding the release of confiscated property (Law), replevy (v.}:)||replevin|
|addictive and dangerous to health, compactly, containing mineral salts, demanding and strict, difficult or awkward, difficult to understand, energetically, erect, firm or crisp in texture, forcefully, high in alcohol, in cash, intensely, involving effo...||hard|
|believer in perfectionism, demanding person, one who strives for perfection, one who will not accept anything less than perfection||perfectionist|
|child from military family, demanding and selfish person, obnoxious child, annoying child||brat|
|choosy, concerned with minor things, demanding and detailed, easily upset, elaborate, exacting; choosy, finicky; ornate; full of excessive detail; nagging, annoying||fussy|
|clamorous; offensively loud; demanding attention; urgent||clamant|
|convening, assembling; act of requesting the presence of; act of ordering to appear before a court; demanding; rousing||summoning|
|copy of a recording, duplicate of a disc, phonograph records made at one time, stressed, under pressure; urgent, crucial; imperative, demanding, important; insistent, persistent, very persistent||pressing|
|delicate, demanding, hard to please, critical; choosy; overly refined; painstaking, paying immense attention to minute details, scornful||fastidious|
|demand and take something officially, demand for something, requirement; command, order; written order for goods or supplies; act of demanding, act of requiring, fact of making a formal demand, official form, request for the return of a fugitive, requi...||requisition|
|demanding and persistent, persistently demanding; annoying; pressing, urgent, urgent or pressing||importunate|
|demanding attention, expressing various emotions, greeting, interj. hallo!, you there! (used to gain attention); huh!, wow! (used to show pleasure, surprise or mild irritation); hello! (used as a greeting)||hey|
|demanding attention, loud, loud; demanding, noisy||clamorous|
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