forced submission to control by others
the act of subjugating by cruelty
"the tyrant's oppression of the people"
conquest, conquering, subjection, subjugation(noun)
the act of conquering
The act of subjugating.
The state of being subjugated; forced control by others.
Origin: From subiugatio, from subiugare; see subjugate.
the act of subjugating, or the state of being subjugated
Origin: [Cf. F. subjugation, LL. subjugatio.]
The numerical value of subjugation in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of subjugation in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Examples of subjugation in a Sentence
The word ‘master’ can evoke thoughts of slavery and other forms of subjugation, and it has made me at times quite uncomfortable to be referred to as ‘master,’.
In many historic moments, the Church was used for domination, subjugation and oppression. Now the Bolivian people receive you with joy and hope, we welcome you as the chief representative of the Catholic Church coming to support the liberation of our Bolivian peoples.
If any of us hopes to survive, s/he must meet the extremity of the American female condition with immediate and political response. The thoroughly destructive and indefensible subjugation of the majority of Americans cannot continue except at the peril of the entire body politic.
Life is a game in which the rules are constantly changing nothing spoils a game more than those who take it seriously. Adultery Phooey You should never subjugate yourself to another nor seek the subjugation of someone else to yourself. If you follow that Crispian principle you will be able to say 'Phooey,' too, instead of reaching for your gun when you fancy yourself betrayed.
Life is a game in which the rules are constantly changing; nothing spoils a game more than those who take it seriously. Adultery? Phooey! You should never subjugate yourself to another nor seek the subjugation of someone else to yourself. If you follow that Crispian principle you will be able to say Phooey, too, instead of reaching for your gun when you fancy yourself betrayed.
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