Definition of Indispensability

1. Noun. The quality possessed by something that you cannot possibly do without.




Definition of Indispensability

1. n. Indispensableness.

Definition of Indispensability

1. Noun. The characteristic of being indispensable. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Indispensability

indiscreetness
indiscrete
indiscretions
indiscriminant
indiscriminantly
indiscriminate
indiscriminately
indiscriminateness
indiscriminating
indiscriminatingly
indiscrimination
indiscriminative
indiscussed
indiscussible
indispensability (current term)
indispensable
indispensableness
indispensables
indispensably
indispensible
indispersed
indisposable
indispose
indisposed
indisposed(p)
indisposedness
indisposes
indisposing
indisposition

Literary usage of Indispensability

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1. A Treatise on the Law of Intercorporate Relations by Walter Chadwick Noyes (1909)
"Test of indispensability. —In applying the rule that the property of a quasi-public corporation, necessary for the performance of its public duties, cannot, ..."

2. Principles of Economics by Frank William Taussig (1921)
"How this principle applies to a grade or group; marginal indispensability, 155 — Sec. 3. Qualifications: earnings may be so divergent as to cause seepage ..."

3. Through Siberia, the Land of the Future by Fridtjof Nansen (1914)
"... Japanese : The yellow peril: indispensability of the yellow race : Hostile feeling among the Chinese : Serious outlook IT is impossible to travel ..."

4. A History of Greek Philosophy from the Earliest Period to the Time of Socrates by Eduard Zeller (1881)
"... a strong expression for the value and indispensability of hands.4 Nor can we suppose that Anaxagoras regarded the soul itself as something corporeal, ..."

5. Flora Indica: Being a Systematic Account of the Plants of British India by Joseph Dalton Hooker, Thomas Thomson (1855)
"A combination of these rare qualities makes the accomplished vegetable physiologist, and their indispensability gives physiology its pre-eminence in ..."

6. Lessons of the World-war by Augustin Frédéric Hamon (1919)
"... by the various Allies in the war—What might happen in the hypothetical case of a rearrangement of Alliances—The mutual indispensability of the Allies of ..."

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