dependency

Part of speech: adverb

DEPENDENTLY.

Part of speech: noun

That which is dependent; a subject or tributary state; dependence. dependancy.

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Usage examples "dependency":

  1. Her existence was still his chief care, but he could only stand by and help a little here and there; for the dependency of childhood was left behind, and her evident intention was to work out her own life in her own way. - "From One Generation to Another", Henry Seton Merriman.
  2. From the appearance of Angostura, I fancied that it must have been a place of some importance in the past days of Spanish glory, but like every other former dependency of that unhappy country, it everywhere shows marks of decay. - "The Three Lieutenants", W.H.G. Kingston.
  3. Immersed in her own difficulties, threatened in three quarters, on the south, on the south- east, and on the east by Babylonia, by Elam, and by Media, she had enough to do at home in guarding her own frontiers, and seeking to keep under her immediate neighbours, and was therefore in no condition to engage in distant expeditions, or even to care very much what became of a remote and troublesome dependency. - "Ancient Egypt", George Rawlinson Other: Arthur Gilman.