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- n. Dependability.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality or state of being dependable; reliableness.
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- n. the quality of being dependable or reliable
As he rode along, learning the good nature, the roguishness and the dependableness of the animal, Graham hummed the words of the Gypsy
Your greatest success will be achieved in some field of service where dependableness is a primary essential.
A girl who because of her dependableness will be of great value in home, school and community is being made by the sane, wise sympathy of mother and teacher.
Sharing in the responsibility of the home begets self-reliance and dependableness in later life.
As he rode along, learning the good nature, the roguishness and the dependableness of the animal, Graham hummed the words of the
When I had proved to my satisfaction the dependableness of the steward, and just as I was on the verge of returning to the poop, I was drawn aside by the weird crying of penguins in the darkness and by the unmistakable noise of a whale blowing not far away.
A mighty comfortable soul she was, giving one the nice smooth mother-feeling a man likes in a woman, and yet giving also the clear intelligence and dependableness I used to assume to be masculine qualities.
Her great attraction was her dependableness and her domesticity, for she was consistently lazy - her fondest lover could not deny that.
Scarcely anyone is there, now writing mystery stories, who, with the combination of ingenuity -- or perhaps I should say originality -- dependableness, and a sufficient atmosphere comes up to the high and steady level of Frank L. Packard.
The unworldliness of the believer is to make the world believe in the dependableness of the Lord.
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