Subjection

Antonyms of SUBJECTION

Examples of usage:

  1. Of this last, we can only imagine some too ardent compliment, or perhaps some subjection to one of his dense melancholies. "The Love Affairs of Great Musicians, Volume 2" by Rupert Hughes
  2. He wanted to find out again what there could be in this girl that reduced everybody to subjection so utter and complete. "The Sign of the Spider" by Bertram Mitford
  3. But, as on previous occasions, he had been able to hold all the Eardhams in a kind of subjection to himself, feeling himself to be bigger than they,- as hitherto he had been conscious that he was bestowing and they receiving,- so now, in his present misfortune, did he recognise that Gus was a little bigger than himself, and that it was for her to give and for him to take. "Ralph the Heir" by Anthony Trollope
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