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Synonyms for dependent upon

determined by conditions or circumstances that follow

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Similarly, the images you have in dreams are all dependent upon your past experience, as well as upon the present stimulus to dreaming.
This emotion would be dependent upon past experience, and would therefore be a mnemic phenomenon according to the definition.
But it is necessary also to confess that the power of nature is so ample and vast, and these principles so simple and general, that I have hardly observed a single particular effect which I cannot at once recognize as capable of being deduced in man different modes from the principles, and that my greatest difficulty usually is to discover in which of these modes the effect is dependent upon them; for out of this difficulty cannot otherwise extricate myself than by again seeking certain experiments, which may be such that their result is not the same, if it is in the one of these modes at we must explain it, as it would be if it were to be explained in the other.
I had the feeling that in a large measure my future dependent upon the impression I made upon the teacher in the cleaning of that room.
Many of them had aged parents who were dependent upon them, and some of them were men who had wives whose support in some way they had to provide for.
The only fear they entertain of attack is from the green Martians or some demented red man, as all Barsoomians realize that the very existence of every form of life of Mars is dependent upon the uninterrupted working of this plant.
A man needs some responsibility, or some one dependent upon him to keep straight.
If I laid the mine under his feet before I approached him, and if I left instructions with a third person to fire it on the expiration of a certain time, unless directions to the contrary were previously received under my own hand, or from my own lips--in that event the Count's security was absolutely dependent upon mine, and I might hold the vantage ground over him securely, even in his own house.
For an unskilled man, who made ten dollars a week in the rush seasons and five in the dull, it all depended upon his age and the number he had dependent upon him.
SIR,--I have duly received your note, in which you claim to endorse my views, although I am not aware that they are dependent upon endorsement either from you or anyone else.
Nastasia did not reject all this, she even loved her comforts and luxuries, but, strangely enough, never became, in the least degree, dependent upon them, and always gave the impression that she could do just as well without them.
The Arctic Slope region is dependent upon oil production regardless of its origin.
A: Generally, buyers cannot proceed with a sale until they have sold their existing property which means they are dependent upon others, eg.
The implementation of cooperative learning is dependent upon teacher sell-confidence, practicality of implementation, and training of cooperative learning principles.