A subordinate committee composed of members appointed from a main committee.(noun)
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Use "subcommittee" in a sentence
"Honestly, the only reason I can see for you to introduce a copy of a bill that was already in subcommittee is for you to take credit for it later."
"A management subcommittee is talking about a cull."
"The idea of the subcommittee is to develop consensus on the direction of U.S. laws and regulations on Internet privacy, but consumer advocacy groups wondered how much emphasis the group would place on protecting consumers."