in demand

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in demand (comparative more in demand, superlative most in demand)

  1. sought-after; popular; coveted
    • 2011 January 25, Phil McNulty, “Blackpool 2 - 3 Man Utd”, BBC:
      At the heart of that dramatic opening period was in-demand midfield man Charlie Adam, who continues to be pursued by Liverpool and has informed Blackpool of his desire to leave.

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