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The Definition of - indispensable (noun)

    absolutely necessary, essential, or requisite:
    an indispensable member of the staff.
    incapable of being disregarded or neglected:
    an indispensable obligation.
    a person or thing that is indispensable.

Word Example of - indispensable

    Example Sentences for indispensable

    He may cease to regard exactness as indispensable, as it always is.

    On Wednesday, moreover, your presence is indispensable to me.

    To the efficacy and permanency of your union a government for the whole is indispensable.

    Such a regiment is indispensable with this brigade at this time.

    And more than ever the triumphant bourgeoisie saw that religion was indispensable to the people.

    They would be indispensable to her now that all was over between her and Marjorie.

    The distance rendered the last difficult, while the proximity to the point rendered the first indispensable.

    Indispensable to the serious student of Machiavelli, his teaching and his times.

    The indispensable man escaped his influence, because of that indelible blot which made him fit for dirty work.

    Air is indispensable, for, without oxygen, there can be no combustion.

Word Origin & History of - indispensable

    Word Origin & History

    indispensable 1533, from M.L. indispensabilis, from in- "not" + dispensabilis (see dispense).

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