To give in common with others
To respond affirmatively; receive with agreement or compliance
To affix one's signature to
To give personal support
To give financial support
Long ago she had learned that many people didn't subscribe to her morals.
Why subscribe to the paper so early?
The Remonstrants were required to subscribe the condemnation, and many of them refused and were banished.
He was elected to the National Assembly in February 1871, but resigned rather than subscribe to the peace.
To subscribe, therefore, he felt would be to "subscribe his own damnation."