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In his first season, Stefanski rebuilt Mayfield and injected order into a franchise subsumed by chaos.

HuffPost maintains a three-person sales team, but its ad sales efforts have largely been subsumed into the broader Verizon Media portfolio, effectively relegating HuffPost into a generic source of news inventory, according to agency executives.

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It’s a mistake to be trying to look for one language that will replace or subsume all others.

Not coincidentally, the Dodgers typify the way big-market clubs have subsumed the lessons learned by smaller teams scraping for every edge.

Even better, his company wasn’t subsumed into a large entity as likely would have happened with a typical M&A transaction.

Some of stars profiled in this book were so representative of a time that their very iconography subsumed them whole.

The specifics of any local struggle in that battle were less important than the wider struggle within which they were subsumed.

What we get, at Murray Guy, is a community of communal objects, their differences subsumed in the collective.

In this view, no politics are local, all is subsumed in a clash of civilizations.

The attempts to provoke Muslim hysteria were largely subsumed by the excitement of the Arab Spring that began early last year.

In this respect, the things which are the most distant from the Good are the objects of sense, which are subsumed under the Soul.

Otherwise, the latter three might be subsumed under relation, which possesses more extension than they.

This entire social complex has been subsumed under the principle that law is immanent in all history.

We need to realise more clearly that the lower is never—ought never to be—eliminated but rather subsumed by the higher.

Until he had subsumed the article under certain categories he had come to accept, appreciation was impossible for him.


On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to subsumed, such as: admitted, combined, null, comprised, constituted, and counted.

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