Adjective "dependable" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/dɪˈpɛndəb(ə)l/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Trustworthy and reliable.
  1. 'the most valuable and dependable of America's allies'
  2. 'This could be the cheapest and most dependable source of drinking water for the people of Titilagarh.'
  3. 'The party is seeking to portray itself as a stable, dependable and scandal-free government.'
  4. 'Bridget was a lady of gentle manner and a fine and dependable neighbour who was always happy to lend a helping hand.'
  5. 'In general, discipline and unit cohesion require a regular and dependable supply of food by the army itself.'
  6. 'Should you manage to graduate, you may well find that a degree holds out no guarantee of fulfilling or dependable employment.'
  7. 'Then there are the long years in the Far East with his dependable wife Betty, and his cathartic reaction to her sudden death.'
  8. 'To be replicated successfully, a dependable system of verifying carbon reduction has to be in place.'
  9. 'However, he can play a more traditional game because he is strong on his feet, good in defence, and has a solid and dependable boot.'
  10. 'When people think of gardens, they think of graceful trees, colourful flowers and dependable foliage.'
  11. 'I want to be on the end of a dependable electrical supply system where outages are non-existent.'

Definitions

1. capable of being depended on; worthy of trust; reliable: a dependable employee.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be dependable in times."

"people can be dependable for views."

"people can be dependable as rocks."

"people can be dependable."

"friends can be dependable."

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