We are again being tossed aside as dispensable pawns on an international chess board.
dispensable human warmth is enough of a sell, even without the dolls and magical pictures on sale at her traveling carnival.
Even in the guise of a retired grandfather, or a dispensable uncle?
For those who remained, the departure of Axelrod and Gibbs sent a clear message: they were all dispensable.
Ohio and North Carolina may be dispensable, but Obama has to have Pennsylvania (20) and Michigan (16).
Meditation (I speak only for myself) is the least dispensable of the day's doings.
He believes that what is dispensable by the one, without loss, is dispensable by the other.
In like fashion every link in the chain is devised to save every possible foot-pound of energy, every dispensable moment of time.
Please do not take this as an inference that all vocal teachers are bad or are dispensable.
We are thus once more reminded of the distinction between essential or unavoidable relational concepts and the dispensable type.
dispensable dis·pen·sa·ble (dĭ-spěn'sə-bəl)
Capable of being dispensed, administered, or distributed. Used of a drug.