It has been already proved that the members of the federal will be more dependent
on the members of the State governments, than the latter will be on the former.
We may therefore state that those things are said to be possessed of some specific quality which have a name derived from that of the aforesaid quality, or which are in some other way dependent
When, for instance, we say that Napoleon ordered armies to go to war, we combine in one simultaneous expression a whole series of consecutive commands dependent
one on another.
She leaned with a dependent
air toward her companion.
My regret was that there were too many dependent
directly upon me for food and shelter for me to quit living.
1) In diction, dialect and style it is obviously dependent
upon Homer, and is therefore considerably later than the "Iliad" and "Odyssey": moreover, as we have seen, it is in revolt against the romantic school, already grown decadent, and while the digamma is still living, it is obviously growing weak, and is by no means uniformly effective.
But a plant on the edge of a desert is said to struggle for life against the drought, though more properly it should be said to be dependent
on the moisture.
And when I mention honour, I mean that mode of Divine grace which is not only consistent with, but dependent
upon, this religion; and is consistent with and dependent
upon no other.
The human world is just as dependent
upon women's powers as upon men's.
They make psychology increasingly dependent
on physiology and external observation, and tend to think of matter as something much more solid and indubitable than mind.
Although he said nothing to her that he could not have said before everybody, he felt that she was becoming more and more dependent
upon him, and the more he felt this, the better he liked it, and the tenderer was his feeling for her.
His exertions had made him highly successful in his profession; and his affectionate anxiety to provide for the future of those who were dependent
on his labours had impelled him, from the time of his marriage, to devote to the insuring of his life a much larger portion of his income than most men consider it necessary to set aside for that purpose.