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A somatic state which develops after chronic administration of certain drugs; this state is characterized by the necessity to continue administration of the drug in order to avoid the appearance of uncomfortable or dangerous (withdrawal) symptoms. withdrawal symptoms, when they occur, may be relieved by the administration of the drug upon which the body was "dependent."Cf. Addiction , Habituation

a state in which a person is reliant on a drug. physical dependence is characterized by the onset of physical symptoms of withdrawal (e.g., sweating, tremors) if a drug is abruptly stopped. psychological dependence (addiction) is a psychological syndrome characterized by drug craving, compulsive use and relapse after abstinence.

dependencede*pend"ence (?), n. [ll. dependentia, fr. l. dependens. see dependent, and cf. dependance.] 1. the act or state of depending; state of being dependent; a hanging down or from; suspension from a support. 2. the state of being influenced and determined by something; subjection (as of an effect to its cause). the cause of effects, and the dependence of one thing upon another. burnet. 3. mutual connection and support; concatenation; systematic inter-relation. so dark and so intricate of purpose, without any dependence or order. t. more. 4. subjection to the direction or disposal of another; inability to help or provide for one's self. reduced to a servile dependence on their mercy. 5. a resting with confidence; reliance; trust. affectionate dependence on the creator is the spiritual life of the soul. erskine. 6. that on which one depends or relies; as, he was her sole dependence. 7. that which depends; anything dependent or suspended; anything attached a subordinate to, or contingent on, something else. like a large cluster of black grapes they show and make a large dependence from the bough. 8. a matter depending, or in suspense, and still to be determined; ground of controversy or quarrel. [obs.] to go on now with my first dependence. & fl.   similar words(1) 

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(n.)

The state of being influenced and determined by something; subjection (as of an effect to its cause).  

(n.)

The act or state of depending; state of being dependent; a hanging down or from; suspension from a support.  

(n.)

That which depends; anything dependent or suspended; anything attached a subordinate to, or contingent on, something else.  

(n.)

That on which one depends or relies; as, he was her sole dependence.  

(n.)

Subjection to the direction or disposal of another; inability to help or provide for one's self.  

(n.)

Mutual connection and support; concatenation; systematic relation.  

(n.)

A resting with confidence; reliance; trust.  

(n.)

A matter depending, or in suspense, and still to be determined; ground of controversy or quarrel.  

Noun1. lack of independence or self-sufficiency (synonym) dependance, dependency (hypernym) state (hyponym) helplessness2. being abnormally tolerant to and dependent on something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming (especially alcohol or narcotic drugs) (synonym) addiction, dependency, habituation (hypernym) physiological state, physiological condition (hyponym) drug addiction, white plague (classification) narcotic

Gorbwys = n. a dependence

Dependency or dependent may refer to:Medicine and psychologyChemical dependency, a need for a substance so strong that it becomes necessary to have this substance to function properlyCo-dependency, a behavioural conditionDependence (behavioral medicine), a continuum of physical and psychological attachments related to the concept of addictionDependent personality Disorder, a psychiatric condition

the internal, psychologically felt wish or yearning for emotional (vs. instrumental or task oriented) support, care, comfort, attention, nurturance, and similar responses from significant others and attachment figures. dependence in PARTheory also refers to the actual behavioral bids individuals make for such responsiveness. for young children, these bids may include clinging to parents, whining or crying when parents unexpectedly depart, and seeking physical proximity with them when they return. older children and adults may express their need for positive response more symbolically --especially in times of distress-by seeking reassurance, approval, or support, as well as comfort, affection, or solace from people who are important to them--particularly from parents for youths, and from nonparental significant others for adults. dependence in PARTheory is construed as a continuum, with independence defining one end of the continuum and dependence the other. (See acceptance-rejection syndrome; personality subtheory)

fear of dependence on others

Common misspellings

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Word analysis of dependence

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