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branch of study

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put through

subject to: liable to

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  • liable to
  • open to
  • exposed to
  • vulnerable to
  • prone to
  • susceptible to
  • disposed to

subject to: bound by

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  • bound by
  • under the control of
  • accountable to
  • constrained by

subject to: dependent on

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in a position of subordination

determined or to be determined by someone or something else

a person owing loyalty to and entitled to the protection of a given state

what a speech, piece of writing, or artistic work is about

to lay open, as to something undesirable or injurious

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to make subservient or subordinate

Synonyms for subject

the subject matter of a conversation or discussion

something (a person or object or scene) selected by an artist or photographer for graphic representation

some situation or event that is thought about

(grammar) one of the two main constituents of a sentence

a person who is subjected to experimental or other observational procedures

(logic) the first term of a proposition

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cause to experience or suffer or make liable or vulnerable to

make accountable for

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make subservient

refer for judgment or consideration

possibly accepting or permitting

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being under the power or sovereignty of another or others

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likely to be affected by something

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References in classic literature ?
These, as well as all the more minute points of light and shadow, are attributes proper to scenery in general, natural to each situation, and subject to the artist's disposal, as his taste or pleasure may dictate.
The public are, in general, very ready to adopt the opinion, that he who has pleased them in one peculiar mode of composition, is, by means of that very talent, rendered incapable of venturing upon other subjects.
You have yourself said why, madame," replied Fouquet; "because kings cannot and ought not to receive presents from their subjects.
But that honor, perhaps were not fit for monarchies; except it be in the person of the monarch himself, or his sons; as it came to pass in the times of the Roman emperors, who did impropriate the actual triumphs to themselves, and their sons, for such wars as they did achieve in person; and left only, for wars achieved by subjects, some triumphal garments and ensigns to the general.
To such an extent had Natasha let herself go that the way she dressed and did her hair, her ill-chosen words, and her jealousy- she was jealous of Sonya, of the governess, and of every woman, pretty or plain- were habitual subjects of jest to those about her.
I will then pass on to the variability of species in a state of nature; but I shall, unfortunately, be compelled to treat this subject far too briefly, as it can be treated properly only by giving long catalogues of facts.
This fundamental subject of Natural Selection will be treated at some length in the fourth chapter; and we shall then see how Natural Selection almost inevitably causes much Extinction of the less improved forms of life and induces what I have called Divergence of Character.
And the different forms of government make laws democratical, aristocratical, tyrannical, with a view to their several interests; and these laws, which are made by them for their own interests, are the justice which they deliver to their subjects, and him who transgresses them they punish as a breaker of the law, and unjust.
He put this down to his own credit, unaware that Metrov, who had already discussed his theory over and over again with all his intimate friends, talked of it with special eagerness to every new person, and in general was eager to talk to anyone of any subject that interested him, even if still obscure to himself.
All other subjects she pursued willingly, but this subject she allowed to drop.
From the first the mere anecdote, the mere statement I might say, that such a thing had happened on the high seas, appeared to me a sufficient subject for meditation.
One man, who at any rate ought to know something of the subject, had declared that
And in the same way I can estimate the shape of any of my Male subjects by the sense of sound.
And whoever shall fortify his town well, and shall have managed the other concerns of his subjects in the way stated above, and to be often repeated, will never be attacked without great caution, for men are always adverse to enterprises where difficulties can be seen, and it will be seen not to be an easy thing to attack one who has his town well fortified, and is not hated by his people.
Freedom from the domination of the great tradition could only be found by seeking new subjects, and such freedom was really only illusionary, since romantic subjects alone are suitable for epic treatment.