Examples from the Web for subordination
Slavery, racism, sexism, and other forms of bigotry, subordination, and human rights abuse transform and adapt with the times.Still a Problem From Hell, Two Decades After Rwanda
April 8, 2014
It is a relationship of dominance and subordination that makes further conflict inevitable.Israel and Palestine Vs. ‘Blood and Magic’
Hussein Ibish, Saliba Sarsar
September 17, 2013
For most of history, the subordination of wives to husbands was enforced by law and custom.How Straight Marriage’s Evolution Led to Obama’s Gay-Marriage Endorsement
May 14, 2012
If there is any such relationship, the British people have seen no reward from it—only subordination and sacrifice.How Obama Is Losing Britain
July 19, 2009
It is a right to be exercised in subordination to the Constitution and in conformity to it.
They have learned too well the lessons of order and the necessity of subordination.
There is no balance where independence and subordination do not supplement each other.Psychotherapy
The Index of Subordination is low, but we don't want one too high for this post.Pagan Passions
Gordon Randall Garrett
I do not believe in the subordination of a wife to her husband.A Daughter of the Middle Border
Word Origin and History for subordination
mid-15c., subordinacioun "hierarchical arrangement," from Medieval Latin subordinationem (nominative subordinatio), noun of action from subordinatus (see subordinate (adj.)).
The use of expressions that make one element of a sentence dependent on another. In the following sentence, the first (italicized) clause (also called a subordinate clause) is subordinate to the second clause: “Despite all efforts toward a peaceful settlement of the dispute, war finally broke out.” (Compare coordination, dependent clause, and independent clause.)