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subjugated

suhb juh gay tid

  • v  put down by force or intimidation
    The rich landowners subjugated the peasants working the land
  • v  make subservient; force to submit or subdue
  • s  reduced to submission
    subjugated peoples

  • Eurasian heritage once spoke not of a proud melding of two cultures but of a shameful confluence of colonizer and colonized, of marauding Western man and subjugated Eastern woman.
  • We have honor to be subjugated in 14th century by Chinese pirates.
  • It was the Shi'ites in southern Iraq and the Kurds in the north--both of whom had long been subjugated by Saddam--who took Bush's words to heart.
News & Articles

  • Bruce's History Lesson: The cagey – but never caged – White Mouse
    Few have lived a life as meaningful or full as did Nancy Wake. Living in France in 1940 when Nazi Germany subjugated that country, she became a leader of the "maquis" groups - the French resistance fighters - who sabotaged the Nazi occupation of France at every opportunity. Wake was so...
    Aug. 4, 2013 - Appeal-Democrat
Quotes

  • Joe Biden in GPB
    The thing I love so much about the day is the irony,Biden said. "Here we are in the hunting lodge of a dictator who subjugated a people, who in fact stood for everything that we don't stand for, and we are in the middle of this marble...
  • Rafael Correa in MiamiHerald.com
    Ecuador's intelligence systems are totally infiltrated and subjugated to the CIA,Correa said during a Friday TV interview.
  • Mick Keelty in Reuters India
    Not subjugated, not quashed, not silenced, just delayed until the full gamut of the judicial process has been exhausted,Keelty said.

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