verb (used with object), sub·sumed, sub·sum·ing.
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Origin of subsume
OTHER WORDS FROM subsumesub·sum·a·ble, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for subsume
When Ali was subsumed with work, I planned my own short breaks.Was a three-week trip to New Orleans for work or vacation? Both.|Andrea Sachs|February 19, 2021|Washington Post
Our deepest fear is that Mom will somehow subsume and destroy us, even as we depend on her for everything.Postpartum Stigma: Why My Patient Committed Suicide|Jean Kim|August 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I don't think ISIS will subsume itself to the Naqshabandi's.
He may finally be ready to subsume his ego and ideology for the sake of his country.
Netanyahu may finally be ready to subsume his ego and ideology for the sake of his country.
Similarly the actions of animal life depend upon and subsume the laws of organic matter.
In the same way the actions of a self-conscious moral agent, such as man, depend upon and subsume the laws of animal life.
Hence the problem arises, 'How is it possible to subsume objects of empirical perception under pure conceptions?'Kant's Theory of Knowledge|Harold Arthur Prichard
We are invited to subsume questions of law and of the application of law under the social ideal of the time and place.An Introduction to the Philosophy of Law|Roscoe Pound
In the next place I subsume a cognition under the condition of the rule (and this is the minor) by means of the judgement.The Critique of Pure Reason|Immanuel Kant