depend

[ dih-pend ]SEE DEFINITION OF depend

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEPEND

I tell you, it's a mighty good thing we got your brains to depend on.

Yes, Chatterton does; for you may depend on it, by this time he's found out who she is.

We hope he may depend upon that: we encourage him to think he may.

Your crossing the Santee must depend upon your own discretion.

I always keep my own; it is cheaper than to depend on the street boys.

We'll miss you, but it's time we learned to depend on ourselves.

Them was his very words, John, 'I depend on you to look after them all!'

Not at all, not at all, depend upon it; so let me go to her this minute.

Consider that my happiness, your own, and my son's, depend upon your compliance.

You'll be called upon, depend upon it, before you are aware.

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