Definition of requisitely in English:

requisitely

adverb

See requisite

‘He is a Senate candidate that could use some practical refinements of his requisitely arrogant and academic views on life and politics.’
  • ‘Calvin Klein models' faces are redrawn as skulls with requisitely and impossibly high cheekbones.’
  • ‘Recorders, twinkling synths, handclaps, banjos, and glockenspiel accompany the requisitely shambling acoustic guitar on songs about tigers, monsters and growing up.’
  • ‘It is requisitely scary in spots, funny in others.’
  • ‘He looked requisitely adolescent, like a baby in need of a wet nurse, and possessed the ability to delude himself into thinking he could carry a tune.’