- (of a set of propositions) having no one proposition deducible from the others.
- (of a proposition) belonging to such a set.
Origin of independent
Examples from the Web for quasi-independent
Historical Examples of quasi-independent
He is not quasi-independent, and therefore will obey orders.Lord Lyons: A Record of British Diplomacy, Vol. 2 of 2
Thomas Wodehouse Legh Newton
For the most part these European towns were independent or quasi-independent aristocratic republics.
There arose a number of quasi-independent city states to the north of Rome, the papal capital.
In the earlier years of our rule there were strong reasons against absorbing any of these quasi-independent territories.The Pacification of Burma
Sir Charles Haukes Todd Crosthwaite
The method of quasi-independent states under Bolshevik protection is well understood.The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism
- (of two or more variables) distributed so that the value taken by one variable will have no effect on that taken by another or others
- (of two or more events) such that the probability of all occurring equals the product of their individual probabilitiesCompare statistical dependence
- not validly derivable from one another, so that if the propositions are the axioms of some theory none can be dispensed with
- not logically related, so that in no case can the truth value of one be inferred from those of the others