Examples of dependency in a Sentence
the country's dependency on foreign oil
a dependency on foreign oil
Recent Examples of dependency from the Web
The allegations of abuse must still be hashed out before a judge in Miami-Dade’s dependency court.
But a life of government dependency can be isolating and unfulfilling.
On March 6, in a videotape shown to PTL viewers, Bakker and his wife of 26 years disclosed that Tammy Bakker was being treated for drug dependency.
Butler’s dependency on Martin is underscored almost every game, win or lose.
Treatments include rehabilitation for substance abuse dependency and weekly trauma therapy with a specialist.
This is certainly true with South Korea, which has remained an American dependency since the Korean War, seeking security under the umbrella of American military strength and a heavily armed border.
It's not glamorized or overly dramatized -- it's told well and simply in a lyrical prose that gets across the frantic desperation of psychological and chemical dependency.
Cardinal coordinates care for Medicaid patients with behavioral needs, including alcohol dependency.
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First Known Use of dependency
DEPENDENCY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dependency for English Language Learners
: the quality of being dependent
: an area that is controlled by a country but that is not formally a part of it
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