verb as in overwhelm
In the age of aristocrats everything was subordinated to family bloodlines.
The Palestine Partition plan failed because it took ethnic isolationism as a value and subordinated justice to it.
Artifice is always strictly subordinated, and the poet seems to sing spontaneously.
Subordinated as it is here rewritten, it does not half express the spiteful independence she assumed to teach Coppy a lesson.
People will always think of it first when they think of us; all our work and aims will be warped by it and subordinated to it.
How does this subordination affect the reciprocal relation of the persons thus subordinated in common?
They really believed that the vast populations of eastern Asia could be permanently subordinated to such a Europe.
On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to subordinated, such as: bewilder, confound, confuse, demoralize, destroy, and disturb.
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