They see collusion and deception and they say Ankara is determined to subjugate them.
Even Nicholas Kristof told women to subjugate their reproductive rights and get health care passed.
As early as 1750, Jean-Jacques Rousseau had bemoaned that “neither reason nor virtue nor the laws will subjugate public opinion.”
Others were more whimsical: Jennifer Hudson choosing to subjugate her ego and attend an open cattle call for Dreamgirls.
It was not an act of genocide, but it was the largest and most enduring program devised by man to subjugate a race.
I have no objection—though he teaches that man must subjugate matter and not become subject to it.
Abyssinia, though Italy attempted to subjugate it, is again also independent.
She had several more boys to subjugate before she could establish herself.
They wished not only to subjugate the European, but the Asiatic mind.
He determined to lend his assistance to the converted chiefs to reduce and subjugate this stubborn prince.