The interests to be subserved by the bringing of this action are in another venue.
It has subserved, and is now subserving, a great and beneficent end.
But always the dramatic scheme is subserved by the lyrical fragments.
We can overcome even our prejudices where some interest is subserved by it.
If the cause for which I labored have been subserved, I am content.
Lidgerwood saw no good end to be subserved by postponing the inevitable.
How well these purposes are subserved is left with the individual, the race or the nation.
She spoke from her heart, though every word, every passing action, subserved her ultimate purpose in regard to Richard Calmady.
But they would subserve, they have subserved, the interests of a true national development.
The injunction to administer it before meals must be borne in mind when these purposes are to be subserved.