If this trend continues, the GOP will be relegated to being little more than a regional party.
We basically are relegated to being varying degrees of “bad” in project after project.
But they had been relegated to history, until one couple stumbled across a laid-back café keeping the old tradition alive.
Public libraries, whose books have been relegated to wallpaper, have never looked better.
In six months, will he be relegated to a mere historical footnote?
Ayala was foolish rather than ungrateful, not understanding the nature of the family to which she was relegated.
You are going to take a journey, and trains are relegated to carriages.
He wrote many moral and religious works, long since relegated to the limbo of insipid mediocrities.
The fulfillment of these requirements can never be relegated to literacy.
This relegated me to the cage again, with back-massage from Sir Samuel's knees.
1590s "to banish, send into exile," from Latin relegatus, past participle of relegare "remove, dismiss, banish, send away, schedule, put aside," from re- "back" (see re-) + legare "send with a commission" (see legate). Meaning "place in a position of inferiority" is recorded from 1790. Related: Relegated; relegating; relegable.