Definition of "subjection" [sub•jec•tion]

  • The act of bringing something under the control of something else. (noun)
  • The state of being subjected. (noun)

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Use "subjection" in a sentence
  • "The best way to keep inferiors in subjection, is to be grave with them."
  • "Ge 3: 16, woman's "subjection" is represented as the consequence of her being deceived. being deceived -- The oldest manuscripts read the compound Greek verb for the simple, "Having been seduced by deceit": implying how completely"
  • "If you say; “- Yes I do – I can help people” – then you will notice that the language will be in subjection to what you can offer!"