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subsumed

[ suhb-soomd ]
/ səbˈsumd /
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adjective
considered under, or taken up into, a larger or more inclusive category, proposition, entity, rule, term, etc.: With irrigated agriculture as the primary use for the Tribal award monies, the court also recognized subsumed uses including livestock, domestic, and commercial purposes.
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