subordinately

[ adjective, noun suh-bawr-dn-it; verb suh-bawr-dn-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF subordinately

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It is only subordinately punishment, or law, or threatening, or the revelation of the wickedness of the transgression.

He supremely, and they subordinately, ruled the community as if they were a king and a house of peers, with no house of commons.

There were two subordinate actors, who played, subordinately well, the fore and hind legs of a donkey.

The same father and mother are characters, and the family friend the country doctor; but subordinately all.

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