Indispensably [adverb]

Definition of Indispensably:

much, really; to a high degree

Opposite/Antonyms of Indispensably:

Sentence/Example of Indispensably:

And, even if our island were perfectly secure from attack, an army would still be indispensably necessary to us.

But a school had now become indispensably necessary to the artists of the day.

It leaves at 12 o'clock, under an escort of six cavalry, which on this road is indispensably necessary.

It is sometimes said that animal food is indispensably necessary in the polar regions.

Thus his spiritual comfort is subtly and indispensably linked with his material comfort.

Were I not indispensably obliged to go to London, I know that it would be impossible for me to leave this place.

Educational work has played an indispensably great part in the scheme of missions.

Since a God was indispensably requisite to men, why did they not worship the Sun, that visible God, adored by so many nations?

The use of other means for their pacification, therefore, became indispensably necessary.

This right is indeed essential to the beneficial exercise of the power, but not indispensably necessary to its existence.