independency

[ in-di-pen-duh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF independency
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He has fought for that independency, for which Mr. Jefferson only wrote.

In him the transition from Independency to Individualism is completed.

None are in a state of independency on their fellow-creatures.

Such was Independency when it flourished all over East Anglia.

I don't see how you could lay out part of your independency to more advantage.

Catholicity is the attribute of the Church, independency of sectaries.

She is cast from a state of independency into one of obligation.

Integrity and independency, however mistaken, are entitled to praise.

Behold us now at the close of the ten years, and we have realized an independency.

The Continental Congress has never lisped the least desire for independency or republicanism.

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