Their dependance is on stopping in at the house of a friend, and borrowing one there.
At present I foresee nothing but perplexity; and have no dependance but on you.
What Pleasure or dependance can one have in a Love of that sort?
Could you hereafter have any dependance on one, who holds her integrity so lightly?
Infirmity, vice, and orphanhood keep up a small amount of pauperism even here, reducing capitalists to a state of dependance.
Yet it has not been dependance; he is too generous to let us feel that.
Stupidity is soon blinded by the splendour of wealth, and cowardice is easily fettered in the shackles of dependance.
But dependance on the justice of others is a precarious condition.
It was all patronage and protection on one side, and dependance and servility on the other.
The drudgeries of dependance would, indeed, be aggravated by hopelessness of success, if no indulgence was allowed to adulation.
dependence de·pend·ence (dĭ-pěn'dəns)
The state of being dependent, as for support.
Subordination to someone or something needed or greatly desired.
A compulsive or chronic need; an addiction.