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Word: subjugate

Definition: conquer; bring under control


Sentences Containing 'subjugate'

As greater tasks such as the conquest of Kandahar, Balkh, Badakhshan and Hindustan occupied me, there has been no opportunity to subjugate the Bangash".
Dominants are more intelligent and more aggressive than humans, and are convinced that, as a superior form of life, they are entitled to subjugate their human cousins by whatever means necessary.
In his view, noted an Outlook India profile, “Hindu is not the enemy; casteism is.” After an Indian court upheld the demolition of a mosque, Mithiborwala accused “Brahmanic” elite forces of trying to subjugate Muslim communities and called the verdict a mockery.
In the episodes where the gods of the heavenly plains (Takama-ga-hara) contemplate and execute the conquest of the terrestrial world known as Middle Country (Ashihara no Nakatsukuni), Takemikazuchi is one of the chief delegates sent down to subjugate the terrestrial deities ("kuni-tsu-kami").
Some Khmer, though, recalled the two countries' historical rivalry and feared that the Vietnamese would attempt to subjugate the country, and began to oppose their military presence.
The evil character of human greed and power-lust is about to raise its ugly specter once again and subjugate a weaker nation that refuses to toe the American line.
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