Indispensableness

  • 1 Indispensableness — In dis*pen sa*ble*ness, n. The state or quality of being indispensable, or absolutely necessary. S. Clarke. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 indispensableness — indispensable ► ADJECTIVE ▪ absolutely necessary. DERIVATIVES indispensability noun indispensableness noun indispensably adverb …

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  • 3 indispensableness — noun see indispensable …

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  • 4 indispensableness — See indispensability. * * * …

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  • 5 indispensableness — noun The characteristic of being indispensable; indispensability …

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  • 6 indispensableness — n. quality of being absolutely necessary, vitalness, essentialness …

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  • 7 indispensableness — in·dispensableness …

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  • 8 indispensableness — noun the quality possessed by something that you cannot possibly do without • Syn: ↑indispensability, ↑vitalness • Ant: ↑dispensableness, ↑dispensability (for: ↑indispensability) …

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  • 9 indispensability — noun the quality possessed by something that you cannot possibly do without • Syn: ↑indispensableness, ↑vitalness • Ant: ↑dispensableness (for: ↑indispensableness), ↑dispensability …

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  • 10 vitalness — noun 1. the quality possessed by something that you cannot possibly do without • Syn: ↑indispensability, ↑indispensableness • Ant: ↑dispensableness (for: ↑indispensableness), ↑dispensability ( …

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  • 11 Mill, John Stuart: Logic and metaphysics — J.S.Mill Logic and metaphysics John Skorupski ENLIGHTENMENT AND ROMANTICISM IN MILL’S PHILOSOPHY Mill’s importance as one of the major figures of nineteenth century politics and culture, and the current interest in him as a moral and political… …

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  • 12 Indispensability — In dis*pen sa*bil i*ty, n. [Cf. F. indispensabilit[ e].] Indispensableness. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 13 Necessities — Necessity Ne*ces si*ty, n.; pl. {Necessities}. [OE. necessite, F. n[ e]cessit[ e], L. necessitas, fr. necesse. See {Necessary}.] 1. The quality or state of being necessary, unavoidable, or absolutely requisite; inevitableness; indispensableness.… …

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  • 14 Necessity — Ne*ces si*ty, n.; pl. {Necessities}. [OE. necessite, F. n[ e]cessit[ e], L. necessitas, fr. necesse. See {Necessary}.] 1. The quality or state of being necessary, unavoidable, or absolutely requisite; inevitableness; indispensableness. [1913… …

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  • 15 Of necessity — Necessity Ne*ces si*ty, n.; pl. {Necessities}. [OE. necessite, F. n[ e]cessit[ e], L. necessitas, fr. necesse. See {Necessary}.] 1. The quality or state of being necessary, unavoidable, or absolutely requisite; inevitableness; indispensableness.… …

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  • 16 indispensable — adjective Date: 1653 1. not subject to being set aside or neglected < an indispensable obligation > 2. absolutely necessary ; essential < an indispensable member of the staff > • indispensability noun • indispensable noun …

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  • 17 John Henry Newman — John Henry Cardinal Newman, CO (February 21, 1801 ndash; August 11, 1890) was an Anglican who was received into the Roman Catholic Church in 1845. He was later made a cardinal and, in 1991, was proclaimed Venerable . In early life he was a major… …

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  • 18 Conyers Middleton — A 1746 portrait of Conyers Middleton by John Giles Eccardt Conyers Middleton (December 27, 1683 – July 28, 1750) was an English clergyman. Middleton was born at Richmond in Yorkshire, and was educated at school in York and at Trinity College,… …

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  • 19 indispensable — indispensability, indispensableness, n. indispensably, adv. /in di spen seuh beuhl/, adj. 1. absolutely necessary, essential, or requisite: an indispensable member of the staff. 2. incapable of being disregarded or neglected: an indispensable… …

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  • 20 Censorship of Books — • Either ecclesiastical or civil, according as it is practiced by the spiritual or secular authority, and it may be exercised in two ways, viz.: before the printing or publishing of a work, by examining it (censura prævia); and after the printing …

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