In such cases the "extemporal wit," or gagging of the comic actors, was indispensably necessary.
But “a bill of rights,” he declared, is “indispensably necessary.”
All books, by whatever course they may be purchased, are indispensably to be collated before they are accepted and paid for.
Such an exposition is at this time most indispensably needed.
Since a God was indispensably requisite to men, why did they not worship the Sun, that visible God, adored by so many nations?
In the formation of character, it is indispensably requisite.
The churches are as indispensably educational as the schools.
I asked, however, only for such things as were indispensably necessary.
He thought it indispensably necessary that the authority to issue these notes should be granted by congress.
It was so indispensably necessary that Frank should marry money!