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  • nounconfidence, reliance
  • nounaddiction, need
  • nounreliance

synonyms for dependences

  • assurance
  • belief
  • credence
  • expectation
  • faith
  • hope
  • interdependence
  • responsibility
  • responsibleness
  • stability
  • steadiness
  • stock
  • trust
  • trustiness
  • trustworthiness
  • dependency
  • confidence
  • faith
  • belief
  • habit
  • addiction
  • trust
  • obsession
  • craving
  • credence
  • jones
  • addictedness
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antonyms for dependences

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  • freedom
  • independence
  • strength
  • subtraction
  • want
  • indifference
  • distrust
  • disbelief
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How to use dependences in a sentence

My ground-plan of the cathedral and its dependences will show at a glance how unusual and remarkable the whole scheme is.
SOME ACCOUNT OF GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE IN SPAINGEORGE EDMUND STREET
The whole of the German-speaking portion of the canton proper and its dependences seem to have accepted the Reformation at once.
A HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION (VOL. 2 OF 2)THOMAS M. LINDSAY
She gave nearly as much milk as the other two, and had been one of the main dependences of the family.
THE YOUNG MINERHORATIO ALGER, JR.
Then followed the usual dependences; including a prison or dungeon.
THE STORY OF MOSCOWWIRT GERRARE
I shall take for granted that you have a fairly plain idea of the stomach and its dependences.
THE EASIEST WAY IN HOUSEKEEPING AND COOKINGHELEN CAMPBELL
But yet it is less danger, to have an ambitious man stirring in business, than great in dependences.
ESSAYSFRANCIS BACON
Claims made by their pride and their self-respect, and their weaknesses and dependences.
THE RESEARCH MAGNIFICENTH. G. WELLS
These economic dependences and independences consist only in the relations of one man or woman to the others.
WOMAN AND WOMANHOODC. W. SALEEBY
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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