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noun as in one under authority of another

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Still, all of the company’s customers and others using this pricing mechanism were subject to such volatility.

After I folded the Duo, sometimes I ended up with the camera facing toward me, not my subject, and the Duo remained in selfie mode.

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How and when that collapse might occur is the subject of a five-year international collaborative research effort.

Kelvin Barrios could be the subject of yet another San Diego ethics violation.

This article was co-published with The Atlantic and is not subject to our Creative Commons license.

Throughout the fifties, in city after city, fluoridation became the subject of fierce debate.

This is a provocative subject that is ready-made for the classroom.

Imam Bheel, as locals call him, was added to a list of worldwide traffickers subject to U.S. sanctions in 2009.

He allows the subject to float over to Hitchcock with a calm directness that I admire.

No one knows what they're about but Boba Fett is rumored to be the subject of one.

No man should regard the subject of religion as decided for him until he has read The Golden Bough.

But a little earlier still, to be an Infidel was to be an outlaw, subject to the penalty of death.

Her manner amazed him; it was so unlike the aspect of fair interpretation, with which she usually discussed a dubious subject.

Her "St. Agnes" is an interesting rendering of a well-worn subject.

No trait is better marked in the normal child than the impulse to subject others to his own disciplinary system.


On this page you'll find 191 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to subject, such as: accountable, apt, conditional, dependent, exposed, and inferior.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.