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Another word for dependent

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Adjective
  1. Determined or to be determined by someone or something else

    See also:

    start

  2. In a position of subordination

      1. Secondary; subordinate; supplemental. Secondary; subordinate; supplemental. Property, including accounts, contract rights, and chattel paper, that is subjected to a security interest in exchange for credit or as security for a debt. Indirect; on a parallel or diverging line.
      2. Coinciding in tendency or effect; concomitant or accompanying.
      3. Accompanying or existing in a subordinate, corroborative, or indirect relationship
      1. Prone; disposed:
      2. Contingent or dependent:
      3. Likely to incur or receive; exposed:
      1. (Grammar, of a clause, not comparable) dependent on and either modifying or complementing the main clause
      2. Placed in a lower class, rank, or position.
      3. Subject to the authority or control of another.
      1. Subordinate in capacity or function.
      2. Willing to obey or serve because of being in a lower position; submissive
      3. Useful in an inferior capacity.
    See also:

    over

    part

Noun
  1. A person who relies on another for support

      1. Expense; cost:
      2. The command to attack:
      3. A claim of wrongdoing; an accusation:
      1. A person under the protection or care of another.
      2. A child or legally incompetent person placed under the care of a guardian or court
      3. A room or division of a hospital set apart for a specific class or group of patients
    See also:

    give

Another word for dependent

Modifier
Noun
      1. A minor term.
      2. (Educ.) A minor subject or field of study
      3. (Music) A minor interval, key, etc.
      1. A member of a tribe; descendant:
      2. A person like a child in interests, judgment, etc., or one regarded as immature and childish
      3. An individual regarded as strongly affected by another or by a specified time, place, or circumstance:
      1. Expense; cost:
      2. The departure from electrical neutrality at a point, or in a region, as by the accumulation, or deficit, of electrical particles: more electrons than normal produce a negative charge; fewer, a positive charge
      3. Care; custody:
      1. (--- Now Rare) Guardianship, as of a person of unsound mind or a child
      2. A child or legally incompetent person placed under the care of a guardian or court
      3. (--- Law) A minor or a person deemed legally incompetent.
      1. One that lacks support, supervision, or care:
      2. A child who has been deprived of parental care and has not been adopted.
      3. A child whose parents are dead.
      1. A minor term.
      2. (Educ.) A minor subject or field of study
      3. (Music) A minor interval, key, etc.
      1. A device designed to hold teeth in position after they have been adjusted by orthodontics
      2. A servant or an attendant, especially one in the household of a person of high rank.
      3. (Dentistry) An appliance used to hold teeth in position after orthodontic treatment.
      1. A sycophant; parasite
      2. One who hangs on, or sticks to, a person, place, or service; a dependent; one who adheres to others' society longer than he is wanted. - Oliver Goldsmith
      3. A person who spends time in the company of another person or of a group out of admiration or for personal gain.
    See also:

    child

    ward