- the act or process of subjecting or the state of being subjected
Example Sentences Including 'subjection'
But before she begins she has to wait for the arrival of the Commons, summoned by Black Rod in a venerable pantomime of loyal subjection.
Even then she was aware that implicit in the business was the subjection of the female and the triumph of the male.
His feeble attempts to rid himself of his passion for her had been more to humour his scourged pride than to release him from subjection.
Make no mistake, McTeer enjoys her subjection of Hunter as much as the baying crowd.
What capitalism put in its place was not exactly welfare and social justice but the worst forms of economic subjection and drudgery.
The Origins of Economic Inequality between Nations: A critique of Western theories on development and underdevelopment
Why do the 72 nations taking part choose to remember their former subjection in a form of celebration?
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
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