Sorry, no definitions found. Check out and contribute to the discussion of this word!


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • I guess that's maybe the reason she kind of depen's on me so much; or anyway somep'n like that.

    Gentle Julia

  • ConSova Corp., whose business is mostly dependent audits, says sales have increased 150% this year over last year, and that it has already booked four times as many depen dent audits for 2011 than it did in 2010.

    Dependents Under Scrutiny

  • The inspector was himself depen - dent, as he explained to us, upon a scribbled account forwarded to him by the milk train in the early hours of the morning.


  • Apparently, panty-tugging outrage is context depen...

    Your gosh-darned "liberal" media.

  • In "Ponzificating", the author pictures the global economy as a scheme depen - ding on a mega confidence trick.

    The " S " Words-- Serfdom and Slavery

  • And all of the above depen ded on whether the gun was even in the bloody case, and not at the bottom of the Clyde.

    Boiling a Frog

  • Inat depen s on your mtenUons, I neatu ner say in the dark.

    Cat & Mouse

  • He was depen - dent on her, and felt guilty about it.

    Split Infinity

  • I ain't no speechifier, you see, Junior "-- with an embarrassed laugh at the boy's evident discontent --" I'll hev to depen 'on you fur to say it -- or maybe, write done ship-shape, some o' these notions o 'mine, some day.

    The Little Gold Miners of the Sierras and Other Stories

  • "Eet all depen '," said Ba'tiste more than once during the snowy, frost-caked days in which they watched every freight train that pulled, white-coated, over the range into Tabernacle.

    The White Desert


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.