Related formsnon·sub·ju·ga·tion, nounself-sub·ju·ga·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for subjugation
And it is girls themselves who are refusing to be cowed or blackmailed into accepting their subjugation.Gordon Brown: Malala’s Fight for Girls’ Education in Pakistan Continues|Gordon Brown|June 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Lastly, what does it say about our country that we as a society endorse the subjugation of persons with dwarfism?
After thus suppressing the rising of the Babylonians, Assurbanipal directed the whole of his forces to the subjugation of Elam.The History of Antiquity, Vol. III (of VI)|Max Duncker
Such women exploit passion for vanity, for distraction, or for the primal male-instinct of subjugation.Feminism and Sex-Extinction|Arabella Kenealy
With the subjugation of Canada, the granting of lands in the debatable ground was resumed.Vermont|Rowland E. Robinson
True, the Norman adventurers from England did not succeed immediately in the subjugation of the entire island.
No one but a madman could doubt that, in such an event, the subjugation of England was almost certain.History of the United Netherlands, 1584-86, Vol. I. (of IV) Complete|John Lothrop Motley