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dispensable

(dĭ-spĕn′sə-bəl)
adj.
Capable of being dispensed, administered, or distributed: dispensable drugs.

dis·pens′a·bil′i·ty, dis·pens′a·ble·ness n.
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Marriage to them has been as dispensable as a new washing machine or flash car.
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It's more or less a demonstration of the survival instinct; if your films look too similar to each others', that means you are dispensable, you can be replaced.
If they don't like you are dispensable and my son was dispensable.
If they don't like you you are dispensable and my son was dispensable.