noun, plural de·pend·en·cies.
Origin of dependency
Examples from the Web for dependencies
Historical Examples of dependencies
They have two dependencies in their hope to move you to compliance.Clarissa, Volume 2 (of 9)
You will allow me to omit all description of land and people in Egypt and its dependencies.Freeland
In the year 1550 there was a general reunion of the towns and their dependencies at Mani.The Maya Chronicles
As to the actual government of Rome and her dependencies, it could not well be worse.Glances at Europe
In that year a British force reduced Java and its dependencies.A Visit to Java
W. Basil Worsfold
sometimes US dependancy
noun plural -cies
"territories subordinate to another nation," 1680s; see dependency.