Dependence synonyms

dĭ-pĕn'dəns
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The inability to provide for oneself
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The process of making something subordinate.
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A part of a garment fitted closely to the shoulders, as of a dress, or to the hips, as of a skirt, as a support for gathered parts
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The state of being subservient.
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The condition of being servile.
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The inability to provide for oneself
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The inability to provide for oneself
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The inability to provide for oneself
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The inability to provide for oneself
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The state of being helpless.
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The capacity or activity of a tutor; instruction or teaching.
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(Chiefly law) The state of being a ward of someone
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Any emotional need or reliance regarded as excessive, unhealthy, etc.
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A physical or psychological need for a habit-forming substance, such as a drug or alcohol. In physical addiction, the body adapts to the substance being used and gradually requires increased amounts to reproduce the effects originally produced by smaller doses.
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The gradual decline of a response to a stimulus resulting from repeated exposure to the stimulus.
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The order of subunits that make up a polymer, especially the order of nucleotides in a nucleic acid or of the amino acids in a protein.
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Reference or relation to something else; context:
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The condition of being interdependent
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Reliance on something in the future; hope:
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Mental acceptance of and conviction in the truth, actuality, or validity of something:
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Trust or faith in a person or thing:
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Acceptance as true or valid; belief:
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Dependence; trust; confidence in the support of someone or something. Dependence; trust; confidence in the support of someone or something.
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Common misspelling of dependence.
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The position of a client.
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Find another word for dependence. In this page you can discover 28 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for dependence, like: need of, subordination, yoke, subservience, servility, inability to act independently, subjection to control, inability to work, reliance on others, helplessness and tutelage.