Claims made by their pride and their self-respect, and their weaknesses and dependences.
I shall take for granted that you have a fairly plain idea of the stomach and its dependences.
But yet it is less danger, to have an ambitious man stirring in business, than great in dependences.
My ground-plan of the cathedral and its dependences will show at a glance how unusual and remarkable the whole scheme is.
The whole of the German-speaking portion of the canton proper and its dependences seem to have accepted the Reformation at once.
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.