Related formsre·li·ant·ly, adverbo·ver·re·li·ant, adjectiveun·re·li·ant, adjective
Examples from the Web for reliant
Satirists are reliant ultimately on the very establishment they mock.
The nationally televised mega-event was held at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas.Super Bowl’s ‘Nipplegate’ Fiasco 10 Years Later: The Pop Diva, the Boob, and the Outrage|Marlow Stern|February 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Democrats want to control women by making them reliant on the government for birth control.
Are you reliant on the bus, car or train to get from point A to B to C each day?
Now the monarch himself is increasingly alone before the people, and reliant more than ever before on foreign support.Riots Erupt in Jordan: The End of Absolute Monarchy|Christopher Dickey|November 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He possessed a reliant simplicity that put him at once close to those he met.The Boss of Little Arcady|Harry Leon Wilson
He was not particularly handsome, but possessed a strong, reliant face.The Night Riders|Ridgwell Cullum
These hardy, reliant men knew how to cut roads, to bridge streams, and to exist on scanty rations.The Fight for a Free Sea: A Chronicle of the War of 1812|Ralph D. Paine
The utter collapse of the old man, always so reliant before, had served to fire all his latent energy.The Spenders|Harry Leon Wilson
Now he had finished the circle and was ready to become again his kingly self, his Ram-tah self—able, reliant, fearless.Bunker Bean|Harry Leon Wilson