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Mecessary

mec·es·sary adjective ˈme-sə-ˌser-ē

 
the inevitable and irresistable need for a child to create disorder, especially in an area that has recently been cleaned.

Example:



.example-sentences ol.collapsed-list li.hidden
{ display: none;
}
li.more-sent-link
{ background: none;
}
#content .definition div.d li.more-sent-link a.more-link,
#content .definition div.d li.more-sent-link a.hide-link
{ color: #717274;
font-family: verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif;
font-size: 13px;
font-variant: normal;
text-decoration: none;
}
#content .definition div.d li.more-sent-link a.more-link:hover .text,
#content .definition div.d li.more-sent-link a.hide-link:hover .text
{ text-decoration: underline;
}
.example-sentences ol.expanded-list a.more-link,
.example-sentences ol.collapsed-list a.hide-link
{ display: none;
}
#content .definition div.d li.more-sent-link span.icon
{ padding-right: 2px;
}

“Yes, Mommy, it is mecessary” that I dump the vacuum’s dirt cup on the floor you just vacuumed.

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