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The Oxford English Dictionary defines need and necessity as follows. Need and necessity relates less to the situation of life than the other three words [in the context of poverty, indigence and want]; but more to the relief we expect or the remedy we seek, with this difference between the two that need seems less pressing than necessity.

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Ask Question. Could you please give a definitive answer, if there is one? Necessity - Constraint or determination by some external force; an instance of this. In Fleischer's book "English Synonymous Or the Difference Between Words Esteemed Synonymous in the English Language: Useful to All who Would Either Write and Speak with Propriety and Elegance" , need and necessity are given by Need and necessity relates less to the situation of life than the other three words [in the context of poverty, indigence and want]; but more to the relief we expect or the remedy we seek, with this difference between the two that need seems less pressing than necessity.

Food is a necessity for survival.

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I need food to survive. I don't see much of a difference between these two other than the fact that they are not always interchangeable within a given sentence. NVZ Do you think that an umbrella is a necessity when walking outside in the rain? I would have thought that it was a need, but not a necessity, as you are able to walk outside in the rain without an umbrella.

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