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Use "expendability" in a sentence
"The expendability is reflected in wartime casualty rates, of course, but men also die more often in work-related accidents and die earlier, on average."
"Among other examples of feminism's newfound expendability, abortion rights were bartered in health care negotiations; the administration talks about a "good Taliban" and "bad Taliban" strategy; and, now, Suskind takes us inside the boys' club culture of the administration itself."
"We witness the deep repercussions of this false expendability within our family structures and even our connections to our community."