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subjected

[ suhb-jek-tid ]
/ səbˈdʒɛk tɪd /
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adjective
under the control or rule of another person, government, country, etc.:On becoming King of all Ireland, Brian was given the name Boru, or “Brian of the Tribes,” and he collected tributes from all the subjected clans.
exposed to or undergoing something by necessity:I choose to sing only when I'm alone, because I am generally so off-key that any subjected listeners will ask me to immediately cease and desist.
involved in or undergoing a medical, surgical, or psychological treatment or experiment:The subjected children were 383 boys and 378 girls, all between five and seven years of age.After receiving the gene editing treatment, the subjected mice were less likely to seek out cocaine.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of subject.
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OTHER WORDS FROM subjected

sub·ject·ed·ly, adverbsub·ject·ed·ness, nounnon·sub·ject·ed, adjectiveun·sub·ject·ed, adjective
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