Do we say addiction or dependence

addiction 34 occurrences

Described as being directly over the eyes, they haunted him until his death, and may have had a good deal to do with the absinthe addiction he acquired.

Any type of endocrine inferiority, interfering with success in life, may lead to the habit of drug addiction as one way out.

Among artists, philosophers and statesmen, on the other hand, actively productive and so contrasted with criminals and degenerates drug addiction has frequently been a mode of endocrine compensation.

She was not unacquainted with English literature, in which the rusticity and coarseness of the fox-hunting squires formed a piquant subject for the mirth of dramatists and novelists; and if Squire Western had been the type of sportsmen in all countries, she could not have inveighed more vigorously than she did against her husband's addiction to hunting.

But this addiction to play, though it was that consequence of the influence of the society to which Marie Antoinette was at this time so devoted, which would have seemed the most objectionable in the eyes of rigid moralists, was not that which excited the greatest dissatisfaction in the neighborhood of the court.

While the addiction to classical studies lastedmark this well, young menopium was used solely as a medicine; and besides, tell me who smoke it the most?Chinamen, Chinamen who don't understand a word of Latin!

From the point of view of the superstitious folk who created the legend this addiction to magic is itself sinful.

Her outbursts of temper were so violent, and her addiction to opium had become so great, that he began to fear for her death by heart disease, and finally for her sanity.

The Bishop, who enjoyed a laugh against himself, used to say that he had once been effectually scored off by one of his clergy whom he had rebuked for his addiction to fox-hunting.

BOWMAN, K. M. Alcohol addiction and chronic alcoholism.

Alcohol addiction and chronic alcoholism.

JOLLIFFE, N. Alcohol addiction and chronic alcoholism.

JOURNAL OF STUDIES ON ALCOHOL, INC. Alcohol addiction and chronic alcoholism.

LOLLI, G. Alcohol addiction and chronic alcoholism.

BOWMAN, K. M. Alcohol addiction and chronic alcoholism.

Alcohol addiction and chronic alcoholism.

JOLLIFFE, N. Alcohol addiction and chronic alcoholism.

JOURNAL OF STUDIES ON ALCOHOL, INC. Alcohol addiction and chronic alcoholism.

LOLLI, G. Alcohol addiction and chronic alcoholism.

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WORTIS, H. Alcohol addiction and chronic alcoholism.

Their national addiction to obscene practices and conversation proves an insuperable obstacle to the growth of refined sexual feelings.

If beside his addiction to alcohol Mr. Gavel had a weakness, it was the equally British one of worshipping a title.

is obviously a later restatement of this addiction to the Moabite gods, and the Psalm adds 'they ate the sacrifices of the dead.

The love of dirty finery is not a trait of the Irish in Ireland, but I think it crops out strongly when they come out here; and the proportion of their high wages put upon their backs by the young Irish maid-servants in the north, indicates a strong addiction to the female passion for dress.

dependence 963 occurrences

Chinese merchants fell more and more into dependence on the foreign merchants; the only field of action really remaining to them was the local trade within China and the trade with Indo-China, where the Chinese had the advantage of knowing the language.

The sense of sight is the sole dependence of the deaf child.

As Dick had predicted, she had come to lean upon Juliet, and her dependence became every day more pronounced.

She had come to lean upon her strength with a child's dependence.

We had intended lo go further through the Alps, to the beautiful vales of the Tyrol, but our time was getting short, our boots, which are the pedestrian's sole dependence, began to show symptoms of wearing out, and our expenses among the lakes and mountains of Upper Austria, left us but two florins apiece, so we reluctantly turned our backs upon the snowy hills and set out for Munich, ninety miles distant.

I tells the young fry to give honor to the white folks, and my preacher tell 'em to obey the white folks, dat dey are our best friends, dey is our dependence and it would be hard getting on if we didn't have em to help us.

A man employed to attend to my little manufacturing business as manager, by imprudent management, deprived me of every earthly dependence for a support.

With no dependence for their daily bread but the benefactions of one and another person, sometimes entire strangers, they never knew what it was to suffer actual want, nor did Frances ever believe that her friend would forget her.

I felt, as perhaps I never felt before, my ignorance, my helplessness, and the necessity of entire dependence on God for guidance and inspiration, that prayer should be made in accordance with his will.

His record is one of humility, yet one of daily dependence upon the providence and the knowledge of God to supply his daily wants.

" This humble statement from the experience of one who has tried and proven the Lord in little things, as well as large, conveys to the Christian that world of practical instruction which is contained in the precepts of the Bible, viz: to encourage all to cast their cares on God; and teaches them the lessons of their dependence upon Him for their daily supplies.

"When Love grows cold, and indifference has usurped upon old Esteem, it is no marvel if the world begin to account that dependence, which hitherto has been esteemed honorable shelter.

RULE XII.ADVERBS. Adverbs, when they break the connexion of a simple sentence, or when they have not a close dependence on some particular word in the context, should, with their adjuncts, be set off by the comma; as, "We must not, however, confound this gentleness with the artificial courtesy of the world.

A quotation, observation, or description, when it is introduced in close dependence on a verb, (as, say, reply, cry, or the like,) is generally separated from the rest of the sentence by the comma; as, "'The book of nature,' said he, 'is before thee.

But, according to Rule 3d for the Comma, "When more than two words or terms are connected in the same construction, or in a joint dependence on some other term, by conjunctions expressed or understood, the comma should be inserted after every one of them but the last; and, if they are nominatives before a verb, the comma should follow the last also."

It should be here observed that the quantity of an English syllable has no dependence upon the sound of its vowel or dipthong

But having, as Mr. Malone has observed, a patrimony, though a small one, of his own, it seems impossible that our author was ever in that state of mean and abject dependence, which the malice of his enemies afterwards pretended.

His biographer expressly states that his allowance from home was scanty, and that his chief dependence, until he derived an income from his college, was on the bounty of the Duchess of Cleveland.

For this one-third of his waking time, to have and to hold unhampered by any dependence, he had most willingly consigned the rest to drudgery.

If she had a father or a brother there was no escape for her from dependence on the male; and if she had none, if there was no male about the house, her case was the more pitiable.

But for all his unearthliness, Heathcliff is poignantly human, from his childhood when he implored Nelly Dean to make him "decent", for he is "going to be good", to his last hour of piteous dependence on her.

It cannot be denied that this idea was based on the logic of facts, and, if it could be realized, promised better than Midhat's for escape from shameful dependence.

When Abdul Hamid had played this card and failed, he had no other; and his natural pusillanimity and shiftiness induced him to withdraw ever more into the depths of his palace, and there use his intelligence in exploiting this shameful dependence of his country on foreign powers.

Signor Rossi, in the monograph of which I have already made such free use, mentions a number of plays, whose dependence on the Pastor fido is evident from their titles, though Guarini's influence is, of course, far more widely spread than such eclectic treatment reveals.

As republics gain in wealth, increase their power and broaden their geographical base by bringing outside peoples under their sway, their dependence upon military means of resolving public controversies becomes greater.

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