And four million people self-report a dependence on the drug.
Some children have special needs, and their dependence on their mother produces a special bond.
Ending my dependence on Marlboro Lights was cruel deprivation.
But it was Carter who first crusaded for the U.S. to wean itself off of its dependence on oil.
In her talk on Wednesday, Clinton also took credit for weaning several other countries off of their dependence on Iranian oil.
This dependence on the people is the security that they will not act wrong.
It accepts the dependence of culture on economic development as a fact.
There haint no dependence on 'em at all, the insides of 'em are liable to break out at any time.
The doctor was all devotion, and Miss Custer all languor and dependence.
Let us, then, remain in dependence upon His action, and our action will be vigorous indeed.
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.