By now near to drowning in complicity and subjection, I obeyed.
This period is, however, still a time of subjection and discipline.
(b) A subjection of her self, her appetites and will to her husband and his will.
The rest of the people are of no account, and in subjection to them.
His sovereign himself he held in subjection, while he exalted the throne.
According to him it was these priestly seers who had the masses in subjection to them.
"Then I shall do as your uncle wishes me to do—reduce you to subjection," said he.
Since their subjection to Russia the Kazaks have become less lawless, but scarcely less nomadic.
Your uncle wished me to reduce you to subjection, and to flog you till you came to your senses.
Soon an English fleet appeared in Boston Harbor to reduce the inhabitants to subjection by force of arms.