Subordinate synonyms

sə-bôr'dn-ĭt
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Of later date
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In a position of subordination
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(Golf) (of a score) Less than par for the hole or course
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In a position of subordination
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Of little significance or importance.
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One of lesser rank or authority than another; a subordinate.
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(Logic) A particular proposition that follows from a universal with the same subject, predicate, and quality.
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Assistant means anything that helps something else.
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One who helps; an aide.
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The definition of an aide is a person who does certain things for another person that makes that person's job easier or more efficient.
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Low or lower in order, degree, or value.
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Comparative form of small: more small
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A prefix that means “underneath or lower” (as in subsoil ), “a subordinate or secondary part of something else” (as in subphylum. ), or “less than completely” (as in subtropical. )
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Relatively small. Used of a cost, price, or other value:
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Comparative form of base: more base
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In a position of subordination
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(Computing theory) denormal
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Trashy, trivial, of little value
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In a position of subordination
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In a position of subordination
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In a position of subordination
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In a position of subordination
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In a position of subordination
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In a position of subordination
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Less in quantity, degree, value, intensity, etc.
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In a position of subordination
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In a position of subordination
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A subject is someone or something that is under the authority of another or others.
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Willing to obey or serve because of being in a lower position; submissive
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In a position of subordination
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Inclined or willing to submit.
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Of, constituting, or maintained by a subsidy or subsidies
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(Law) Acting as an accessory; helping in an unlawful act
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Designating or of any of the noncombat ships, as tankers or tenders, that form the service fleet of a navy
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Auxiliary; collateral; dependant; supplemental; subordinate.
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Superior means higher or greater in value.
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Comparative form of high: more high
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Of the highest or finest quality; exceptionally good for its kind:
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Coming next in sequence after the primary or elementary level
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Lower in position, authority, rank, amount, degree, etc.
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Resulting from or employing derivation:
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An object launched to orbit Earth or another celestial body. Satellites are used for research, communications, weather information, and navigation. The first artificial Earth satellite was Sputnik 1, launched by the Soviet Union in October 1957; the first successful American satellite was launched in January 1958.
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Having the form of a segment of a circle
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Composed of segments
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(Bot.) In an alternate arrangement, but tending to become opposite
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Serving to aid or help; serving as a chapel of ease; tributary.
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Only indirectly related.
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Under another's control; subject
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A maid.
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A spirit presumed to speak or act through a medium.
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Dependent is defined as someone who relies on someone else for their existence.
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A thing that is of smaller size, value, importance etc.
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(Obs.) A mistress or paramour
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A piece of work that is supplementary to or a byproduct of a larger work.
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A ruler of a dependency, esp. a despotic, subordinate official; petty tyrant
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The process of making something subordinate.
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The state of being subservient; subservience.
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A supplementary person or thing
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A member of a colony of social insects such as ants, bees, wasps, or termites, usually a sterile or sexually immature female but in termites an individual of either sex, that performs specialized work such as building the nest, collecting and storing food, and feeding other members of the colony.
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Greater than others in importance or rank:
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The definition of important is having great significance or consequence.
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Logically inevitable:
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Necessary to continued existence.
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Highest, as in rank or office; foremost
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Having dominant or controlling power or influence:
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Higher in rank, dignity, or office.
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A person holding an office of authority among the Freemasons, especially the presiding officer; also, a person holding a similar office in other civic societies.
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A person or thing that leads; directing, commanding, or guiding head, as of a group or activity
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(--- Baseball) The person in overall charge of a team and its strategy during games, practice sessions, etc.
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A leader, the head of an organized group or team.
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(Sports) Relating or belonging to a minor league.
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Petty is defined as something relatively worthless or unimportant.
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Narrow in outlook; petty:
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Insignificant or unimportant; minor:
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Collateral is defined as something side by side, or something pledged to guarantee that a loan will be repaid.
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(Informal) As a surplus; in excess; extra
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Of or by persons of low office or rank
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A word whose meaning is included in the meaning of another more general word; for example, bus is a hyponym of vehicle.
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a word that is more specific than a given word
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One who performs necessary but basic, often mundane tasks.
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Not submissive to authority:
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Not depending on another or others, esp. for financial support
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