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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
That voice that sang alongside Patti LaBelle and Lauryn Hill, the one that gets critics to consistently call her “underrated,” was subdued as she strained to breathe.
THIS COUPLE HIT THEIR STRIDE AFTER YEARS OF HARD WORK. THEN COVID-19 HIT THEM.PETULA DVORAKDECEMBER 3, 2020WASHINGTON POST
A day later in his cell, video footage shows Sheriff’s deputies tried to subdue a visibly disturbed Silva to take him for a medical evaluation.
OBSCURE SHERIFF’S REVIEW BOARD GETS NEW SCRUTINY IN COURTASHLY MCGLONEDECEMBER 3, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Having recovered from a virus-induced downturn, the $220 billion Hong Kong–listed services company is now contending with the potentially larger threat of government regulation, which Beijing proposed last month to subdue China’s runaway tech giants.
CHINA’S ‘AMAZON OF SERVICES’ SAYS IT WELCOMES BEIJING’S STRICTER OVERSIGHTEAMONBARRETTDECEMBER 1, 2020FORTUNE
However by 2nd century BC, especially after Carthage was subdued, the coastal city was reintegrated as a commercial port.
OSTIA ANTICA: RECONSTRUCTION AND HISTORY OF THE HARBOR CITY OF ANCIENT ROMEDATTATREYA MANDALAPRIL 14, 2020REALM OF HISTORY
Malcolm had selected it as a training-ground that evening, because he meant to weary and subdue his too highly spirited charger.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
And unless thou speedily prevent them, they will do greater things than these, and thou shalt not be able to subdue them.
"It's an awfu' gran' book, Rob," she would say after a time, while she strove to subdue the sobs in her breast.
THE UNDERWORLDJAMES C. WELSH
WORDS RELATED TO SUBDUE
- bring down
- bring to ruin
- do away with
- knock down
- knock over
- put an end to
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