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Use "subjugable" in a sentence
"Thus, the ordinary buffalo of Asia, though a dull brute, is very subjugable, even in the literal sense, for he makes a tolerable beast for the plough and bears the yoke with due patience."
"One could note that the Holocaust wasn't the only moral crime contributing to social guilt and the multiculturalist mindset, which Islamofascists - while feeling no guilt about their treatment of Jews, women, homosexuals, Christians, and any other subjugable groups - leverage to self-present as an oppressed minority."
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