In the age of aristocrats everything was subordinated to family bloodlines.
The Palestine Partition plan failed because it took ethnic isolationism as a value and subordinated justice to it.
San Martin subordinated everything to the creation of a fleet.
Every refining trait was subordinated to the exigencies of the gospel of force.
It was because of this fact, as explained in the preceding chapter, that this body was subordinated in our scheme of government.
Everything of late years has been subordinated to this design.
States are like individuals—their rights are relative—they are subordinated to the good of the whole country.
For the moment, he subordinated his personal problems to his wrath at Henry.
Arang, signifies to possess power of doing any thing, but subordinated to another.
Select parenthetical clauses and show how they are subordinated.
"to bring into a subordinate position," 1590s; see subordinate (adj.). Related: Subordinated; subordinating.