subjecting[ noun, adjective suhb-jikt; verb suh b-jekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF subjecting
Synonyms for subjecting
- bring upon
- deal out
- force upon
- give it to
- lay down the law
- mete out
- stick it to
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUBJECTING
He was subjecting the people of his Gens to the white flames.
In the meantime Salcedo continued his task of subjecting the tribes in the interior.
Something was subjecting me, body and mind, to slow paralysis.
I admire your sex too much to think of subjecting them to such an ordeal.
We have to thank the man for not subjecting us to a pledge of secresy.
He had no idea of subjecting his wife to another admiring interview.
Paul could not think of subjecting "an angel" to a penalty like that.
There is no longer any danger in subjecting them to the air for many hours.
They are improper food for horses, subjecting them to blindness.
It was subjecting them to a special tax in the form of an auxilium or donum.