interdependent[ in-ter-di-pen-duh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF interdependent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERDEPENDENT
They are interdependent, and rule the ancient order of gnosis and praxis.
Moreover we are so interdependent that the whole must be affected by the conditions of a part.
When the terminology is thus correct, it is evident that all correlatives are interdependent.
The various aspects of Mr. Belloc's work are interwoven and interdependent.
The ideal and the real are interdependent in all phases of human life.
Soul and body are in this life inseparable and interdependent.
It is interesting to know that the processes of nature are interdependent.
All are interdependent, and all must stand or fall together.
Forms and colours side by side that we had no suspicion were interdependent.
People are all interdependent, and language is the bond of union.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INTERDEPENDENT
- in the same category
- in touch with
- knit together
- of that ilk
- tied up