Antonyms for counts upon

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She's prepared for it, and do you know what she counts upon for her defence?

Hardin smiles, for he counts upon a woman's vanity and love of luxury.

Mr. Eppes says Mr. Jefferson counts upon your becoming a power in the state.

But he who counts upon that strength, for the purpose of abusing it, is guilty of a high crime against humanity.

The power of suggestion, however, is one of the facts that the wizard has observed, and he counts upon its aid.

He chuckled much over the statue, and, I suppose, counts upon making his fortune by it.

He counts upon securing that canoe which was left with the flatboat, and has hope of finding another near the gulch.

"Perhaps the doctor knows better than we how sure a source he counts upon," suggested Fenayrou slyly.

I know this childish, foolish mass, and he is lost who counts upon their favor.

Germany, as was pointed out in a previous article, counts upon some German-Americans as her allies.