Subjugable

subjugate

[suhb-juh-geyt]
verb (used with object), subjugated, subjugating.
1.
to bring under complete control or subjection; conquer; master.
2.
to make submissive or subservient; enslave.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English < Late Latin subjugātus, past participle of subjugāre to subjugate, equivalent to sub- sub- + jug(um) yoke1 + -ātus -ate1

subjugable [suhb-juh-guh-buhl] , adjective
subjugation, noun
subjugator, noun
nonsubjugable, adjective
self-subjugating, adjective
unsubjugated, adjective


1, 2. overcome, vanquish, reduce, overpower.
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subjugate (ˈsʌbdʒʊˌɡeɪt)
 
vb
1.  to bring into subjection
2.  to make subservient or submissive
 
[C15: from Late Latin subjugāre to subdue, from Latin sub- + jugum yoke]
 
subjugable
 
adj
 
subju'gation
 
n
 
'subjugator
 
n

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subjugate
mid-15c., from L. subjugat-, pp. stem of subjugare (see subjugation). Related: Subjugated; subjugating.
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