Indispensable in a sentence as an adjective

You being a bridge between those smart people and their captive techies can make you indispensable.

GPL needs more indispensable software like this for it to thrive and protect us all from a future of completely locked down computers.

Dr. Gray wrote "Transaction Processing"[1] that has proven indispensable in my career and a generally great book.

Those kind of businessmen, the kind you are talking about if I understand correctly, are indispensable in a startup.

I like hnsearch a lot, but I'd like us to take a second to thank whoever was running SearchYC, which for the past couple years has been practically indispensable in keeping up with this community.

The greatest irony of the situation is that the mathematics department of the MGU, whose status was mythological, and which these students believed was so indispensable to them, was not even very good during this period.

Technical work, including indispensable scientific software development, tends to be considered of low academic value in academia.

It prevents them from learning how to intellectually stimulate themselves, or be alone for any meaningful period of time, both of which are absolutely indispensable survival adaptations for childhood and adult life.

Considering the social impact of business decisions, something that is considered irrelevant under the current ethic because of the premise that profit-maximization == welfare maximization, is not only not a bad thing, it is an indispensable obligation of doing business in civilized society.

Indispensable definitions


not to be dispensed with; essential; "foods indispensable to good nutrition"


absolutely necessary; vitally necessary; "essential tools and materials"; "funds essential to the completion of the project"; "an indispensable worker"

See also: essential


unavoidable; "the routine but indispensable ceremonies of state"