The Pakistanis are devoted to, and dependent on, our multibillion-dollar aid program.
Cut off by his family for his liberal politics, the husband she had nearly divorced became her dependent.
It will be dependent on the projects we find and how much material we think is great TV.
The Aid the Families With dependent Children program actually encouraged the man to leave the household.
Credit—which stems from the Latin root “credo,” meaning belief—is very emotional and dependent on psychology.
The latter method is a waste of time and is dependent on wind and weather.
His mother, on whom he was dependent, was very rich; she had once been prominent in society.
But the climate of the surface of the earth is not dependent upon the heat of the interior.
She will not be dependent on the world, and thus she will avoid its vexations.
But freedom was not absolute; it was to be dependent on the moral law.
dependent de·pend·ent (dĭ-pěn'dənt)
Contingent on or subordinate to another.
Relying on or requiring the aid of another for support.