Subject synonyms

sŭb'jĕkt', -jĭkt
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Under rule
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Under rule
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Substance, material.
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Under rule
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In a manner emphasizing one's point of view.
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The definition of submissive is willing to do what others want.
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Subordinate; of lower rank
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Abjectly submissive; slavish.
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Of or characteristic of a slave or slavery; servile:
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Willing to obey or serve because of being in a lower position; submissive
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Dependent
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The physical matter of which a thing consists; material
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The definition of a theme is a topic, a recurring idea or a short melody.
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Matter which may be shaped or manipulated, particularly in making something.
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Subject; theme; a category or general area of interest.
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A hypothetical proposition, especially one put forth without proof.
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A sentence, phrase or word which asks for information, reply or response; an interrogative.
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A situation, matter, or person that is hard to deal with or understand:
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An idea that has been demonstrated as true or is assumed to be so demonstrable.
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(Countable) A parliamentary action to propose something.
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The clarity or fineness of detail that can be distinguished in an image, often measured as the number or the density of the discrete units, such as pixels or dots, that compose it.
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The definition of a point is a sharp end or part of an argument.
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(Typography, by extension) The nature of a piece of alphabetic type, whether a “capital” (upper case) or “small” (lower case) letter.
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The most essential part; the main idea or substance (of a longer or more complicated matter); the crux of a matter
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Matter for discussion
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Matter for discussion
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Matter for discussion
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Matter for discussion
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Matter for discussion
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The head is defined as the ends of the table, or to the most important person.
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A proceeding under the Federal Bankruptcy Act whereby a company or corporation may, through a court order, remain in business for a time as long as it pays current debts, but must eventually either reorganize and pay its creditors or cease operations
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(Idiomatic) In the power of; defenceless/defenseless against.
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Dependent
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The definition of dependent is relying on someone or something else, or a clause that cannot stand alone as a sentence.
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Permitting an action to be performed:
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(--- Comput.) Such material made available on the World Wide Web
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something (a person or object or scene) selected by an artist or photographer for graphic representation
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A place of egress; an outlet:
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Self-control or orderly conduct
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a branch of knowledge
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a branch of knowledge
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An area of academic concentration; a discipline.
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Mental effort to acquire knowledge or learning.
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Any of various small, stocky, short-eared rodents of the genus Cavia of South America, having no visible tail. The domesticated species C. porcellus is widely kept as a pet and is used in biomedical research.
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Or (intransitive) To enter or put forward for approval, consideration, marking etc.
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To make subordinate or subject to the dominion of something else:
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(Countable, logic) The content of an assertion that may be taken as being true or false and is considered abstractly without reference to the linguistic sentence that constitutes the assertion.
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(--- Archaic) A reason or matter for dispute or contention:
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A product of thinking or other mental activity:
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A formal discourse on a topic; an exposition.
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A title, short explanation, or description accompanying an illustration or a photograph.
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An explanatory table or list of the symbols appearing on a map or chart.
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A member of a state or nation, esp. one with a republican form of government, who owes allegiance to it by birth or naturalization and is entitled to full civil rights
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A person who held land from a feudal lord and received protection in return for homage and allegiance.
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To hold in restraint; check:
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To change from an uncontrolled or disorderly to a controlled state:
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To overcome, as by persuasion or training; control
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To lower the price of:
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To dominate; subjugate
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To overcome or subdue (an emotion, for example); suppress:
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(Obs.) To undo; destroy
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To be a preeminent or dominant factor in:
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To hold as if in a spell; captivate; fascinate
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To tower over (other things); rise high above (the surroundings, etc.)
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To put in a lower or inferior rank or class.
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To stop a flow or stream
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To produce in a forced or inhibited manner:
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To cause (a country) to accommodate its foreign policy to that of the U.S.S.R. as in order to maintain its autonomy
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To hold back or keep in check; control:
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To set free, as from oppression, confinement, or foreign control.
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To relieve of care or suffering:
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(Law) To remove (a person or property) from legal custody by force, in violation of the law.
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Representation or repute, as opposed to reality:
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The definition of a title is the name of a person's job, the name of a creative work or a word used before someone's name to indicate his or her status.
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To exercise the function of governing; rule
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To interfere with action or progress.
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Being answerable for.
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Willing to comply with; agreeable.
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Easily affected by emotion.
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The definition of liable is being likely to do or experience something or to having legal responsibility for something.
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Shooting from a lying down position.
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Of, relating to, affecting, or influenced by the human mind or psyche; mental:
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Without an objective, or reasonably logical foundation.
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The definition of psychosomatic is physical symptoms that happen or become worse because of the emotions of a person.
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Based on a given person's experience, understanding, and feelings; personal or individual:
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(Medicine) especially sensitive, especially to a stimulus
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The source of, or reason for, an event or action; that which produces or effects a result.
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(Logic) A statement that one sentence is true if another is.
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A contingent is defined as a condition that needs to be met in order for something else to happen.
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(Elec.) A mass of magnetic material placed inside a wire coil, serving to channel and increase the strength of the magnetic field resulting from current in the coil
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(US) Common misspelling of dependent.
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Matter for discussion
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An exposure or a revelation of something discreditable.
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The scene or an area of military operations or maneuvers:
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A person of lower stature to another
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A lord or sovereign to whom allegiance and service are due according to feudal law.
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A main element, idea, feature, etc.
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An emotion, desire, physiological need, or similar impulse that acts as an incitement to action.
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A person to whom descendants are commonly related.
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Subject matter is what something is about.
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A series of questions, problems, or physical responses designed to determine knowledge, intelligence, or ability.
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(Of an employee or his position) Not entitled to overtime pay when working overtime.
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Not subject to a given condition; exempt:
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(Medicine) Of or pertaining to the immune system.
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Not dependent; not contingent or depending on something else; free
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Highly skilled or proficient:
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Coinciding in tendency or effect; concomitant or accompanying.
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Completely obvious; blatant:
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The definition of susceptive is likely to receive or receptive.
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Susceptible to physical harm or damage:
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Determined or dependent on some condition
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Related each to the other; dependent upon or referring to each other
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Having or showing trust, dependence, or confidence; dependent (on)
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A distinct part or section, as of a building, set aside for a specific function:
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A building containing such an area
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The office or district of a bailiff.
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A planar region bounded by a circle.
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Subdivision of business or official duty; especially, one of the principal divisions of executive government; as, the treasury department; the war department; also, in a university, one of the divisions of instructions; as, the medical department; the department of physics.
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The definition of a domain is a group of workgroups within the same company or organization that governs the ability of all the computers to communicate with other groups of computers both within and outside of the organization.
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The sphere of influence, as of a nation
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An area, division, or branch of learning or activity
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An area or sphere, as of knowledge or activity:
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A social environment consisting of an informal, vague group of people with a uniting interest; their sphere of activity; a subculture.
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(Geology) A single, distinctive rock formation; an area having a preponderance of a particular rock or group of rocks.
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A geographic area under control of a single governing entity such as state or municipality; an area whose borders are determined by the scope of political power rather than solely by natural features such as rivers and ridges.
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A state of existence:
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(Preceded by "the") A breathalyzer, so named because it formerly had a plastic bag over the end to measure a set amount of breath.
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Having reached the other side; having got across
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Probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring
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Determined or to be determined by someone or something else
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(Chemistry) A functional entity consisting of certain atoms whose presence provides a certain property to a molecule, such as the methyl group.
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(Countable) A methodology and activities associated with running a government, an organization, or a movement.
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The denotation, referent, or idea associated with a word or phrase:
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To lay open, as to something undesirable or injurious
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Synonym Study

  • Text is specifically applied to a Biblical passage chosen as the subject of a sermon
  • A topic is a subject of common interest selected for individual treatment, as in an essay, or for discussion by a group of persons baseball is their favorite topic of conversation
  • A theme is a subject developed or elaborated upon in a literary or artistic work, or one that constitutes the underlying motif of the work a novel with a social theme
  • Subject is the general word for whatever is dealt with in discussion, study, writing, art, etc. math is her favorite subject, her son is a frequent subject in her paintings
Find another word for subject. In this page you can discover 150 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for subject, like: obedient, subjected, at one's feet, matter, governed, ruled, directed, submissive, subaltern, servile and slavish.