sub-strata[ suhb-strey-tuh m, -strat-uh m, suhb-strey-tuh m, -strat-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF sub-strata
Synonyms for sub-strata
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUB-STRATA
Upon these sub-strata this fixity of caste rests with crushing weight.
They plough down into the sub-strata of human motive and act.
But one thing he knew—steeped as he was in the sub-strata of Eastern thought and feeling.
Its nature, its merits, its tendencies, were ignored by the sub-strata of the population.
It is a long interesting story way back to the days of Ethiopian glory, for the Negro is the sub-strata of that race.
It is scarcely necessary to say that these doctrines may be found as sub-strata in all the ancient theologies.