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noun as in substitute

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It’s not just the likes of Bud Light and Duracell that are looking to capitalize on gaming’s pivot from sub culture into popular culture, it’s also those not traditionally associated with the space.

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From both a nutritional and textural standpoint, it’s an excellent sub for turkey.

While not every one of Arc’s clients operates a subscription business, subs have become an increasingly important priority to Arc clients since Arc launched subscription tools last year.

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I couldn’t get into first-person shooters the way he could, but it wasn’t far from where I rubbernecked between the console stalls with a backpack and soda, testing out demos and watching anime subs downloaded from mIRC.

Hundreds of thousands of subs for one cable company alone just last year.

“One-third of South Asians and more than half of all Sub-Saharan Africans suffer from malnutrition or undernutrition,” he writes.

About one in three girls in sub-Saharan Africa experience sexual violence before turning 18.

This fate is unfortunately not rare for girls, especially in sub-Saharan Africa.

Many Obama administration sub-Cabinet positions (e.g. Surgeon General) have gone unfilled because of GOP opposition.

Sub- and counter-cultures are what have driven McKell throughout his career as a portrait photographer.

Habet Rimbegui ostia sua sub gradu quadragesimo tertio cum besse.

Lannes enlisted in the second battalion of the volunteers of Gers, and was at once elected sub-lieutenant by his fellow-citizens.

Not only did he provide sub-octave and super-octave couplers freely, but he even added a Swell Sub-quint to Great coupler!

REEF k, in latitude 14 degrees 47 minutes, has a dry sand upon it: its sub-marine extent was not ascertained.

Then he returned to his province, entered the seminary, and became a sub-deacon of the diocese of Nueva Segovia.


On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sub, such as: alternate, auxiliary, backup, replacement, second, and standby.

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