Examples of usage:

  1. It will be indispensably necessary that you should attend, with as many of your companions as possible, more especially the better specimens. "The Monikins" by J. Fenimore Cooper
  2. They soon perceived that the indispensably needed powers were such as no State government, no combination of them, was by the principles of the Declaration of Independence competent to bestow. "Orations" by John Quincy Adams
  3. Secondly, it is not true, that, " thou, who touch'd," ought indispensably to be, " thou, who touchedst, or didst touch." "The Grammar of English Grammars" by Goold Brown
  4. The soil and the air, therefore, from which are derived the constituents of plant life, are indispensably necessary, but they are not the primal principles upon which that life depends for its being. "Marvels of Modern Science" by Paul Severing
  5. The wanted air must then indispensably be admitted into the room to supply what goes off through the opening of the chimney, and it is advisable to make the aperture for this purpose as near the ceiling as possible, because the heated air will naturally ascend and occupy the highest part of the room, thus causing a great difference of climate at different heights, a defect which will be in some measure obviated by the admission of cold air near the ceiling, which descending, will beat down and mingle the air more effectually. "The Cook and Housekeeper's Complete and Universal Dictionary; Including a System of Modern Cookery, in all Its Various Branches," by Mary Eaton
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