Definition of independency in English:

independency

Line breaks: in|de¦pend|ency
Pronunciation: /ɪndɪˈpɛnd(ə)nsi
 
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noun (plural independencies)

1 rare An independent state.
2 archaic term for independence.
More example sentences
  • We, after getting our independency, we became fully aware of the indebtedness we owed to countries and heads of state who had assisted us.
  • Although Mel's uncle had offered her temporary job in his company, Mel declined his offer because she wanted to test her own independency.
  • He sought to balance the independency of the local congregation with the need for a wider, visible unity.

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