Definition of Hinge upon

1. Verb. Be contingent on. "Your grade will depends on your homework"




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hinge Upon

hindwater
hindwing
hindwings
hiney
hineys
hing
hinge
hinge-bow
hinge axis
hinge joint
hinge movement
hinge on
hinge position
hinge region
hinge termination
hinge upon (current term)
hinged
hinged flap
hingeing
hingeless
hingelike
hinger
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hinging
hinging on
hinging post
hings
hink pink
hink pinks

Literary usage of Hinge upon

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Special Bulletin by New York (State). Dept. of Labor (1920)
"Where no doubt exists that the injured person is an employee rather than an independent contractor, compensation may yet hinge upon the question whether or ..."

2. Leaves from My Chinese Scrapbook by Frederic Henry Balfour (1887)
"Superstition and obstructiveness of the most fatal type are thus made to hinge upon the doctrine of filial piety—which is by no means confined to a domestic ..."

3. The Fundamentals of Accounting by William Morse Cole, Anne Elizabeth Geddes (1921)
"This is true not only of purchases, but of expenses (like wages, insurance, and rent), of production, and of sales; and many of these hinge upon chains of ..."

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