If a conclusion as sound as the importance of immunizing your kids is suspect to them, what other conclusions may I rely upon?
And so Emmert, unable to rely upon the NCAA's rulebook for justification, took to the bully pulpit and bullied, righteously.
At its best, faith can provide us with a stable ground to rely upon when transient, earthly matters fail us.
These naysayers are leaders of our country, whose integrity we rely upon.
We must have someone we can not only rely upon, but who can drive.
But as he knew he could rely upon his friend, he resolved to follow this advice.
Mr. Valdingam: Doctor, I rely upon you now with the utmost confidence.
The proprietor cannot do all the things himself, and he must rely upon his lieutenants.
rely upon it, opportunities for oratory in its very highest style are not awanting.
Should this occur, Gustavus might rely upon the aid of Fredrik.
early 14c., "to gather, assemble" (transitive and intransitive), from Old French relier "assemble, put together; fasten, attach, rally, oblige," from Latin religare "fasten, bind fast," from re-, intensive prefix (see re-), + ligare "to bind" (see ligament). Sense of "depend, trust" is from 1570s, perhaps via notion of "rally to, fall back on." Typically used with on, perhaps by influence of lie (v.2). Related: Relied; relying.