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sought-after

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsought-afterˈsought-ˌafter adjective  POPULARwanted by a lot of people but rare or difficult to getmuch/highly sought-after a much sought-after defense lawyer By the mid-1920s, she had become one of Broadway’s most sought-after actresses.
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sought-afterCarp and bream are among the most sought-after and a special target for poachers.Geographers are well represented in industry, commerce, government and the professions, and are widely sought-after as graduate trainees.Although there are many species of tropical waterlilies the hybrid types are usually more sought-after due to the outstanding blooms they produce.In this way, hallucinations can be an exciting and sought-after part of intoxication by solvents.Proteins are also the target of nearly all drugs, so our protein inventory is a much sought-after prize in medicine.From being a much sought-after residential area, it has lost its fashionable air.Mary is the most sought-after saint in heaven.The Northern responded to three newspaper advertisements placed by people selling the sought-after vouchers and asked the selling price.much/highly sought-afterMany thirtysomethings' toys are also highly sought-after by collectors and can be quite valuable if in mint condition.The starter motor worked perfectly and soon became a much sought-after Cadillac feature quickly adopted by all car makers.Proteins are also the target of nearly all drugs, so our protein inventory is a much sought-after prize in medicine.From being a much sought-after residential area, it has lost its fashionable air.
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