Definition of dispensability in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌpensəˈbilitē/


See dispensable

‘Could we develop a biological guidance system with the compliance and dispensability of a pigeon but with a man's resourcefulness and ability to infiltrate plausibly?’
  • ‘It's the sense of disposability and dispensability of the population that's ongoing and that really irks me.’
  • ‘She explores the theme of dispensability - how only some lives are worth mourning, protecting, defending and discussing.’
  • ‘Later still, Darwinists suggested the ready dispensability of the appendix proved its uselessness.’
  • ‘The modern world seems to be geared more and more towards dispensability.’