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Synonyms for subjugate



Synonyms for subjugate

to win a victory over, as in battle or a competition

to make subservient or subordinate

Synonyms for subjugate

put down by force or intimidation

make subservient

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Please do not base your idea of this religion on the way some Muslims choose to follow or interpret the divine laws to their own advantage thus subjugating their women folk.
According to neoconservatives like Bill Kristol and Robert Kagan, Vladimir Putin dreams of subjugating the world.
However had the Normans not succeeded in subjugating the barbarian and illiterate Saxon hordes, the English of today would no doubt have had to try and make do with their original vulgar form of utterances, a few four letter words, gesticulations and grunts .
After all, just what have they got to be proud of if we don't include subjugating half the known world?
During the early 1980s, Aliev was repeatedly dispatched to Damascus to assist Syrian dictator (and top Soviet client) Hafez al-Assad in brutally subjugating Lebanon and transforming that country into a premier terrorist base.
Basically, the first few decades of the seventeenth century saw the gradual death of the golden age of Jewish cultural contributions, a time when the Catholic church was finally able to gain the upper hand in the matter of subjugating areas of Jewish influence.
They are basically subjugating SAG to an affiliate and that is basically a glorified committee.
Ironically, terrorism as a method of subjugating one's enemies is always ineffective, because it strengthens their resolve to fight back.
However necessary such proxy battles may have been, they inevitably took a toll on traditional American identity by subjugating the individual to the state.
Masculinist and feminist, respectively, they address issues of power and the violent and subjugating impulses that underlie and propagate sociocultural archetypes.