independence

[ in-di-pen-duh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF independence

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I feel my independence, and I have been told that I am useful to my fellow-creatures.

It was matured and continued by the Declaration of Independence in 1776.

In 1826, the 50th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, they both died.

She had seen hope of freedom in marriage, but now she wished it in independence.

After that, in a torrent, came Harriet's declaration of independence.

What they do regard it as, is a menace to their independence, and a prelude to annexation.

But Rose, listening, saw the last of her independence going.

In politics one afflicted with self-respect and addicted to the vice of independence.

My independence, my horror of submission, even in appearance, annoyed him vastly.

Who will guarantee our independence when we are at the mercy of every state?

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