Subdue synonyms

səb-do͝o', -dyo͝o'
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To overcome by physical, mental, or moral force; get the better of; defeat
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To overcome is to prevail in spite of adversity, to successfully solve a problem or defeat an opponent, or to be consumed with something.
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To make subordinate or subject to the dominion of something else:
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To bring under control
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To quell or suppress (an uprising)
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(Obsolete, UK, dialect) To broach or enter upon; to taste, as a liquor; to divide; to distribute; to deal out.
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(US, law) to forbid the use of evidence at trial because it is improper or was improperly obtained
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To undermine the morale of someone (often soften up).
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(Idiomatic) To relax; to make quieter or less obtrusive; to make milder.
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(Intransitive) To act as a moderator; to assist in bringing to compromise
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(Psychology) To exclude something such as painful or disturbing memories automatically or unconsciously from the conscious mind.
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To defeat is defined as to beat someone at something or to prevent something from happening.
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To hold, to control the use of.
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To hold back or keep in check; control:
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To become quiet
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Allay is defined as to settle or calm someone or something.
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To act, arrive, or finish before
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(Military, most often in the passive tense) To demote, to reduce the military rank of.
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(Intransitive) To become calm.
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To reduce or prevent the spread of:
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To break, pound, or grind (stone or ore, for example) into small fragments or powder.
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(Music) To reduce a perfect or minor interval by a semitone.
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To overcome or allay the suspicion, hostility, or antagonism of.
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The definition of dismay is to ruin the courage of someone.
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(Informal) To press (the accelerator of a motor vehicle) to the floor.
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To defeat soundly:
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To be a master.
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(Intransitive) To become mellow.
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To overcome or vanquish by superior force; subdue.
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To overcome emotionally
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To suppress, to put an end to (something); to extinguish. [from 14th c.]
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To extinguish; put out
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To lessen in any way, as in size, weight, amount, value, price, etc.; diminish
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(often with up) To make or become sober.
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(Intransitive, UK) to make a sucking, splashing noise as when walking on muddy ground
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To cause to experience, undergo, or be acted upon:
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To put in a lower or inferior rank or class.
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The definition of surmount is to overcome or succeed in spite of difficulty, or to be on top.
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Vanquish is defined as to defeat or overcome.
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Release is defined as to set free or to relieve.
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To cause (someone) to be active, attentive, or excited:
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To cause (game) to rise from cover, come out of a lair, etc.; stir up to flight or attack
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To rouse, stir up or excite.
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(Nautical) To pour out; to empty; to tap and begin drawing from.
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Best means in the greatest advantage or manner.
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To win a victory over, as in battle or a competition
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(Now chiefly dialectal) To beat; strike; assail with blows.
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To win a victory over, as in battle or a competition
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In the worst way: most badly, most ill.
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To reduce slightly; to cut; especially, to remove excess; e.g. 'trim a hedge', 'trim a beard'.
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Whip is defined as to beat eggs or cream to incorporate air or for someone to move quickly.
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To score an ace against, as in tennis
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To subdue the intensity of (a color)
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To qualify is to be entitled to something or to fit the requirements of something, or to modify or soften a statement or action.
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To strengthen or toughen a material, especially metal, by heat treatment.
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Win is defined as to finish first or be the most successful at something.
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To cause to become greater in size, amount, degree, etc.; add to; augment
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To punish in order to correct or make better; chastise
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to put down by force or authority
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(--- Chemistry) To prevent or decrease the rate of (a reaction).
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To force to "bite the curb" (hit the pavement curb); see curb stomp.
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(Rugby) To score a try
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To punish (one's body) or control (one's physical desires and passions) by self-denial, fasting, etc., as a means of religious or ascetic discipline
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To put (a person) to death by nailing or binding to a cross.
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To restrain or control (a sound).
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