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But “a bill of rights,” he declared, is “indispensably necessary.”

Such an exposition is at this time most indispensably needed.

No item, except such as was indispensably necessary, was granted.

In the formation of character, it is indispensably requisite.

I asked, however, only for such things as were indispensably necessary.

It is indispensably requisite that this science should be positive in character.

It was so indispensably necessary that Frank should marry money!

Their labor is indispensably necessary and extremely valuable.

What we call "Formulas" are not in their origin bad; they are indispensably good.

The churches are as indispensably educational as the schools.

WORD ORIGIN

1530s, from Medieval Latin indispensabilis, from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + dispensabilis (see dispensable). Related: Indispensably.

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