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Synonyms for subordinate

Synonyms for subordinate

in a position of subordination

one belonging to a lower class or rank

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an assistant subject to the authority or control of another

a word that is more specific than a given word

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rank or order as less important or consider of less value

make subordinate, dependent, or subservient

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lower in rank or importance

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subject or submissive to authority or the control of another

(of a clause) unable to stand alone syntactically as a complete sentence

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However, my memories of being positioned as a second-class person within an illegal polygamous community and of being subordinately positioned as one of the poor and a woman (35) still shape the way I see the world.
The most outstanding (west) has identify the association kaolinite of high crystallinity + illite 2M1 along with the development of a dense texture of the crystals, indicate a hydrothermal origin for the kaolinite, has detected subordinately kaolinite variety of low crystallinity + associated with goethite and develops a less dense texture indicating a supergene origin.
Both pull intermittently from Malcolm Gladwell's dog-eared playbook (tell a shocking anecdote, then explain it with brain science) but, when they do, try to do so subordinately to broader inquisition.
Dans une affaire anglaise, The Parlement Belge, la Cour d'appel decide au sujet d'un bateau a usage commercial que << the mere fact of the ship being used subordinately and partially for trading purposes does not take away the general immunity >> (29).
However, despite this evidence of the dynamism and contestability of cultural/discursive systems such as gender, women are without doubt still subordinately positioned in the West and not least, I would argue, in the objectification and sexualization of our bodies, which the Sun epitomizes.
The more I dive into this matter of whaling, and push my researches up to the very spring-head of it so much the more am I impressed with its great honorableness and antiquity; and especially when I find so many great demi-gods and heroes, prophets of all sorts, who one way or other have shed distinction upon it, I am transported with the reflection that I myself belong, though but subordinately, to so emblazoned a fraternity.
The "inlaw" feminine principle (Priscilla the "gentle parasite" [3:123], Hilda, and Phoebe) is a creation of the patriarchy and serves, subordinately, to refine masculine grossness within the established forms of male-dominated civilization.
For example, corporate bodies that are parts of administrative hierarchies need to be entered either subordinately or directly.
In creativity it becomes a standard of positional construction by the way of dislocation of primary suggestive models and primary denotative models and quite obviously an exclusion is made of the subordinately suggested categories.
At least for this class of movements, the brain controls the kinematics of hand motion, subordinately adjusting muscle forces as needed.
Mary's performances for her willing listener are only partially, and indeed subordinately, musical experiences.
National, technocratic bureaucracies are embedded in democratic states--at least formally, subordinately embedded in national governments--and are directly, electorally accountable to the people.
After all, she was land, property; she was that which was to be sold and bought, that which was hereditarily made to serve, to labor subordinately for, and to be used by, whites as they saw fit.
The only explanation that accounts for all the reflections observed is that the crystals are predominantly twinned by reflection on {021}, and subordinately so on {023}.
Here one reason is subordinately linked to the other.