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Definition of "subjecting" [subjecting]

  • Present participle of subject. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "subjecting" in a sentence
  • "You will be probably shocked to know that the United States is not a "show me your papers" country that believes in subjecting people to harassment, investigation and arrest simply because some people perceive them as foreign."
  • "The U.S. government, the UN, and other powers have aided the Haitian elite in subjecting the country to neoliberal economic plans that have impoverished the masses, deforested the land, wrecked the infrastructure and incapacitated the government."
  • "Your points, quickly: It is a question what is and is not legit for TSA to use in subjecting some folks to a second look."