How to use Dispensable in a sentence
Battery life is probably the most dispensable factor as many monitors can both plug-in and function independently by battery.
That said, there are some technologies available today that make a notebook dispensable.
Pro-actively, the East Timorese have been an inconvenient and entirely dispensable commodity for the last twenty five years.
The English ladies were more easily dispensable Henry was a tyrant and a despot.
Strictly speaking the " religious congregations " should be distinguished from the orders of regular clerks, the difference being that in the former the vows, though taken for life, are only " simple vows " and more easily dispensable by authority; but the character and work of the two institutes is very similar.Advertisement
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Similarly forms of thinking, the law of contradiction not excepted, have their meaning only in reference to determinate content, even though distributively all determinate contents are dispensable.
Some places were considered dispensable, while others were regarded as indispensable to the nation-building drive.
Yugoslavia was economically dispensable neither a rich market nor a strategic oilfield.