subjugate

Part of speech: noun

Subjugation.

Part of speech: verb

To subdue completely.

Part of speech: noun

Subjugator.

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Usage examples "subjugate":

  1. Think on this, and then, if you can, subjugate Poland to her enemies." - "Thaddeus of Warsaw", Jane Porter.
  2. The English are in possession of a territory clearly enough defined, but they are ever on the alert to seize any opportunity of a real or pretended violation of it, in order to extend their limits and subjugate the whole island. - "Irish Race in the Past and the Present", Aug. J. Thebaud.
  3. The days of independent states are past: The tide of empire sweeps across the earth; Assyria rides it with resistless power And thunders on to subjugate the world. - "The Poems of Henry Van Dyke", Henry Van Dyke.