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subarkose
      variety of sandstone in which 5–25 percent of the sand grains are composed of feldspar. See arkose. * * *
subarmor
n. * * *
Subarnarekha River
▪ river, India       river in northeastern India, rising in southern Bihar state. The Subarnarekha (meaning “Streak of Gold”) flows east through a copper-mining ...
subarousal
n. * * *
subartesian
adj. * * *
subarticle
n. * * *
subarticulate
adj.; subarticulately, adv.; subarticulateness, n. * * *
subarticulative
adj. * * *
subarytenoid
adj. * * *
subarytenoidal
adj. * * *
subascending
adj. * * *
subassemble
/sub'euh sem"beuhl/, v.t., subassembled, subassembling. to assemble a basic unit of (a larger assembly). [back formation from SUBASSEMBLY] * * *
subassembly
/sub'euh sem"blee/, n., pl. subassemblies. a structural assembly, as of electronic or machine parts, forming part of a larger assembly. [1925-30; SUB- + ASSEMBLY] * * *
subassociative
adj.; subassociatively, adv. * * *
subastragalar
adj. * * *
subastral
adj. * * *
subastringent
/sub'euh strin"jeuhnt/, adj. slightly astringent. [1685-95; SUB- + ASTRINGENT] * * *
subatmospheric
/sub'at meuhs fer"ik, -fear"-/, adj. (of a quantity) having a value lower than that of the atmosphere: subatmospheric temperatures. [1940-45; SUB- + ATMOSPHERIC] * * *
subatom
/sub at"euhm/, n. Chem. any component of an atom. [1875-80; SUB- + ATOM] * * *
subatomic
/sub'euh tom"ik/, adj. Physics. 1. of or pertaining to a process that occurs within an atom. 2. noting or pertaining to a particle or particles contained in an atom, as ...
subatomic particle
or elementary particle Any of various self-contained units of matter or energy. Discovery of the electron in 1897 and of the atomic nucleus in 1911 established that the atom is ...
subatomicparticle
subatomic particle n. Any of various units of matter below the size of an atom, including the elementary particles and hadrons. * * *
subattenuate
adj. * * *
subattenuated
adj. * * *
subattorney
n., pl. subattorneys. * * *
subaudible
adj.; subaudibleness, n.; subaudibly, adv. * * *
subaudition
/sub'aw dish"euhn/, n. 1. an act or instance of understanding or mentally supplying something not expressed. 2. something mentally supplied; understood or implied ...
subauditor
n. * * *
subaural
adj.; subaurally, adv. * * *
subauricular
/sub'aw rik"yeuh leuhr/, adj. Anat. situated below the ear. [SUB- + AURICULAR] * * *
subauriculate
adj. * * *
subautomatic
adj. * * *
subaverage
adj.; subaveragely, adv. * * *
subaxial
adj.; subaxially, adv. * * *
subaxile
adj. * * *
subaxillary
/sub ak"seuh ler'ee/, adj. Bot. situated or placed beneath an axil. [1760-70; SUB- + AXILLARY] * * *
subbailie
n. * * *
subbailiff
n. * * *
subbailiwick
n. * * *
subballast
n. * * *
subband
n. * * *
subbank
n. * * *
subbasaltic
adj. * * *
subbase
—subbasal, adj. /sub"bays'/, n. 1. Archit. the lowest part of a base, as of a column, that consists of two or more horizontal members. 2. Math. a collection of subsets of a ...
subbasement
/sub"bays'meuhnt/, n. a basement or one of a series of basements below the main basement of a building. [1900-05; SUB- + BASEMENT] * * *
subbasin
n. * * *
subbass
sub·bass (sŭbʹbās') n. Music A pedal stop on an organ that produces the lowest tones, having 16 or 32 feet. * * *
subbattalion
n. * * *
subbeadle
n. * * *
subbias
n. * * *
subbing
/sub"ing/, n. Photog. 1. the act or process of applying a substratum. 2. the material used for a substratum. [SUB + -ING1] * * *
subbituminous coal
Dark-brown to black coal, intermediate in rank between lignite and bituminous coal. It contains less water and is harder than lignite, making it easier to transport, store, and ...
subblock
n. * * *
subbranch
/sub"branch', -brahnch'/, n. a subordinate branch or a branch of a branch, as of a bank, business, or the like. [1855-60; SUB- + BRANCH] * * *
subbranchial
adj. * * *
subbreed
n. * * *
subbrigade
n. * * *
subbroker
n. * * *
subbromide
n. * * *
subbronchial
adj.; subbronchially, adv. * * *
subbureau
n., pl. subbureaus, subbureaux. * * *
subcabinet
/sub kab"euh nit, sub"kab'-/, n. 1. a group of advisers ranking below the cabinet level, chosen by a chief executive usually from members of the various executive ...
subcaecal
adj. * * *
subcalcareous
adj. * * *
subcaliber
subcaliber [sub kal′ə bər] adj. 1. smaller than the caliber of the gun from which it is fired: said of a projectile fired, as in practice, through a tube of proper caliber ...
subcallosal
adj. * * *
subcampanulate
adj. * * *
subcancellate
adj. * * *
subcancellous
adj. * * *
subcandid
adj.; subcandidly, adv.; subcandidness, n. * * *
subcapsular
adj. * * *
subcaptain
n. * * *
subcaptaincy
n., pl. subcaptaincies. * * *
subcaption
n. * * *
subcarbide
/sub kahr"buyd/, n. Chem. a carbide containing less than the normal proportion of carbon. [SUB- + CARBIDE] * * *
subcarbonaceous
adj. * * *
subcardinal
adj.; subcardinally, adv. * * *
subcarinate
adj. * * *
subcarinated
adj. * * *
subcarrier
sub·car·ri·er (sŭbʹkăr'ē-ər) n. Physics A section of a transmitted wave used to modify the information-carrying section of the wave. * * *
subcartilaginous
/sub'kahr tl aj"euh neuhs/, adj. Anat., Zool. 1. partially or incompletely cartilaginous. 2. situated below or beneath cartilage. [1535-45; SUB- + CARTILAGINOUS] * * *
subcase
n. * * *
subcash
n. * * *
subcashier
n. * * *
subcasing
/sub kay"sing, sub"kay'-/, n. Carpentry. a rough casing for a doorway or window. [SUB- + CASING] * * *
subcasino
n., pl. subcasinos. * * *
subcast
n. * * *
subcaste
n. * * *
subcategory
/sub kat"euh gawr'ee, -gohr'ee/, n., pl. subcategories. a subordinate category or a division of a category. [SUB- + CATEGORY] * * *
subcause
n. * * *
subcavity
n., pl. subcavities. * * *
subcecal
adj. * * *
subceiling
n. * * *
subcelestial
/sub'seuh les"cheuhl/, adj. 1. being beneath the heavens; terrestrial. 2. mundane; worldly. n. 3. a subcelestial being. [1555-65; SUB- + CELESTIAL] * * *
subcell
n. * * *
subcellar
/sub"sel'euhr/, n. a cellar below the main cellar. [1850-55; SUB- + CELLAR] * * *
subcellular
/sub sel"yeuh leuhr/, adj. Biol. 1. contained within a cell. 2. at a level of organization lower than the cellular. [1945-50; SUB- + CELLULAR] * * *
subcenter
/sub"sen'teuhr/, n. a secondary or subordinate center, as in the location of a business. [1920-25; SUB- + CENTER] * * *
subcentral
—subcentrally, adv. /sub sen"treuhl/, adj. near or almost to the center. [1815-25; SUB- + CENTRAL] * * *
subcerebellar
adj. * * *
subcerebral
adj. * * *
subch.
subchapter. * * *
subchairman
/sub chair"meuhn/, n., pl. subchairmen. a subordinate or substitute chairman. [SUB- + CHAIRMAN] Usage. See chairperson. * * *
subchamberer
n. * * *
subchancel
n. * * *
subchapter
/sub"chap'teuhr/, n. a subdivision esp. of a body of laws. [SUB- + CHAPTER] * * *
subcharter
n., v. * * *
subchaser
/sub"chay'seuhr/, n. See submarine chaser. [1915-20; SUB + CHASER1] * * *
subcheliform
adj. * * *
subchief
n. * * *
subchloride
/sub klawr"uyd, -id, -klohr"-/, n. Chem. a chloride containing a relatively small proportion of chlorine, as mercurous chloride. [SUB- + CHLORIDE] * * *
subchondral
adj. * * *
subchorioid
adj. * * *
subchorioidal
adj. * * *
subchorionic
adj. * * *
subchoroid
adj. * * *
subchoroidal
adj. * * *
subchronic
adj. * * *
subchronical
adj.; subchronically, adv. * * *
subcinctorium
/sub'singk tawr"ee euhm, -tohr"-/, n., pl. subcinctoria /-tawr"ee euh, -tohr"-/. Rom. Cath. Ch. an embroidered silk vestment resembling, but somewhat broader than, a maniple, ...
subcircuit
n. * * *
subcircular
adj.; subcircularly, adv. * * *
subcity
n., pl. subcities. * * *
subcivilized
adj. * * *
subclan
n. * * *
subclass
/sub"klas', -klahs'/, n. 1. a primary division of a class. 2. a subordinate class, esp. one of persons who lack the rights and privileges of the primary class: a subclass of ...
subclassify
—subclassification, n. /sub klas"euh fuy'/, v.t., subclassified, subclassifying. to arrange in subclasses. [1905-10; SUB- + CLASSIFY] * * *
subclausal
adj. * * *
subclause
n. * * *
subclavate
/sub klay"vayt/, adj. Zool. somewhat club-shaped. [1820-30; SUB- + CLAVATE] * * *
subclavian
/sub klay"vee euhn/, Anat. adj. 1. situated or extending beneath the clavicle, as certain arteries or veins. 2. pertaining to such an artery, vein, or the like. [1640-50; < NL ...
subclavian artery
Anat. either of a pair of arteries, one on each side of the body, that carry the main supply of blood to the arms. [1680-90] * * *
subclavian groove
subclavian groove n. either of two grooves in the first rib, one for the main artery (subclavian artery) and the other for the main vein (subclavian vein) of the arm * * *
subclavian vein
Anat. either of a pair of veins, one on each side of the body, that return blood from the arms to the heart. [1760-70] * * *
subclavianartery
subclavian artery n. A part of a major artery of the upper extremities or forelimbs that passes beneath the clavicle and is continuous with the axillary artery. * * *
subclavianvein
subclavian vein n. A part of a major vein of the upper extremities or forelimbs that passes beneath the clavicle and is continuous with the axillary vein. * * *
subclavicular
adj. * * *
subclavius
/sub klay"vee euhs/, n., pl. subclavii /-vee uy'/. Anat. a small shoulder muscle, the action of which assists in depressing the shoulder. [1695-1705; < NL subclavius (musculus) ...
subclerk
n. * * *
subclerkship
n. * * *
subclimactic
See subclimax. * * *
subclimate
n. * * *
subclimatic
adj. * * *
subclimax
/sub kluy"maks/, n. Ecol. the development of an ecological community to a stage short of the expected climax because of some factor, as repeated fires in a forest, that arrests ...
subclinical
/sub klin"i keuhl/, adj. Med. pertaining to an early stage of a disease; having no noticeable clinical symptoms. [1930-35; SUB- + CLINICAL] * * *
subclinically
See subclinical. * * *
subclique
n. * * *
subcluster
n. * * *
subcode
n. * * *
subcollector
n. * * *
subcollege
n. * * *
subcollegial
adj. * * *
subcollegiate
adj. * * *
subcolony
n., pl. subcolonies. * * *
subcolumnar
/sub'keuh lum"neuhr/, adj. almost or imperfectly columnar. [SUB- + COLUMNAR] * * *
subcommander
n. * * *
subcommendatory
adj. * * *
subcommended
adj. * * *
subcommissarial
adj. * * *
subcommissary
n., pl. subcommissaries. * * *
subcommittee
/sub"keuh mit'ee/, n. a secondary committee appointed out of a main committee. [1600-10; SUB- + COMMITTEE] * * *
subcommunity
/sub"keuh myooh'ni tee, sub'keuh myooh"-/, n., pl. subcommunities. a self-contained community usually within the suburbs of a large urban area. [1965-70; SUB- + COMMUNITY] * * *
subcompact
/sub kom"pakt/, n. an automobile that is smaller than a compact. Also called subcompact car. [1965-70; SUB- + COMPACT1] * * *
subcompany
/sub"kum'peuh nee/, n., pl. subcompanies. See subsidiary company. [SUB- + COMPANY] * * *
subcompensate
v.t., subcompensated, subcompensating. * * *
subcompensative
adj. * * *
subcompensatory
adj. * * *
subcomplete
adj.; subcompletely, adv.; subcompleteness, n. * * *
subcomponent
n. * * *
subcompressed
adj. * * *
subconcave
adj.; subconcavely, adv.; subconcaveness, n. * * *
subconcavity
n., pl. subconcavities. * * *
subconcealed
adj. * * *
subconcessionary
adj., n., pl. subconcessionaries. * * *
subconchoidal
adj. * * *
subconferential
adj. * * *
subconformable
adj.; subconformableness, n.; subconformably, adv. * * *
subconic
adj. * * *
subconical
adj.; subconically, adv. * * *
subconjunctival
adj. * * *
subconjunctive
adj.; subconjunctively, adv. * * *
subconnate
adj. * * *
subconnation
n. * * *
subconnect
v. * * *
subconnectedly
adv. * * *
subconnivent
adj. * * *
subconscious
—subconsciously, adv. —subconsciousness, n. /sub kon"sheuhs/, adj. 1. existing or operating in the mind beneath or beyond consciousness: the subconscious self. Cf. ...
subconsciously
See subconscious. * * *
subconsciousness
See subconsciously. * * *
subconsul
n. * * *
subconsular
adj. * * *
subcontained
adj. * * *
subcontest
n. * * *
subcontiguous
/sub'keuhn tig"yooh euhs/, adj. almost touching; nearly contiguous. [SUB- + CONTIGUOUS] * * *
subcontinent
—subcontinental /sub'kon tn en"tl/, adj. /sub kon"tn euhnt, sub"kon'-/, n. 1. a large, relatively self-contained landmass forming a subdivision of a continent: the subcontinent ...
subcontinental
See subcontinent. * * *
subcontract
n. /sub kon"trakt, sub"kon'-/; v. /sub'keuhn trakt"/, Law. n. 1. a contract by which one agrees to render services or to provide materials necessary for the performance of ...
subcontractor
/sub kon"trak teuhr, sub"kon'-, sub'keuhn trak"teuhr/, n. 1. Law. a person who or business that contracts to provide some service or material necessary for the performance of ...
subcontrary
/sub kon"trer ee/, n., pl. subcontraries. Logic. one of two propositions that can both be true but cannot both be false. [1595-1605; < ML subcontrarius, LL (see SUB-, CONTRARY), ...
subcontrol
v.t., subcontrolled, subcontrolling. * * *
subconvex
adj. * * *
subconvolute
adj.; subconvolutely, adv. * * *
subcool
v.t. * * *
subcoracoid
adj. * * *
subcordate
adj.; subcordately, adv. * * *
subcordiform
adj. * * *
subcoriaceous
adj. * * *
subcorneous
adj. * * *
subcornual
adj. * * *
subcortex
n., pl. subcortices. * * *
subcortical
—subcortically, adv. /sub kawr"ti keuhl/, adj. Anat. situated beneath the cortex. [1805-15; SUB- + CORTICAL] * * *
subcortically
See subcortical. * * *
subcorymbose
adj.; subcorymbosely, adv. * * *
subcosta
—subcostal, adj. /sub kos"teuh, -kaw"steuh/, n., pl. subcostae /-kos"tee, -kaw"stee/. a longitudinal vein in the anterior portion of the wing of an insect. [1860-65; < NL; see ...
subcostal
subcostal [sub käs′təl, subkôs′təl] adj. 〚 SUB- + COSTAL〛 lying beneath the ribs n. a subcostal muscle, etc. * * *
subcouncil
n. * * *
subcounty
n., pl. subcounties. * * *
subcover
/sub"kuv'euhr/, n. Math. a set of subsets of a cover of a given set that also is a cover of the set. [SUB- + COVER] * * *
subcranial
adj.; subcranially, adv. * * *
subcreative
adj.; subcreatively, adv.; subcreativeness, n. * * *
subcreek
n. * * *
subcrenate
adj.; subcrenately, adv. * * *
subcrenated
adj. * * *
subcrescentic
adj. * * *
subcrest
n. * * *
subcriminal
adj.; subcriminally, adv. * * *
subcritical
/sub krit"i keuhl/, adj. 1. Physics. pertaining to a state, value, or quantity that is less than critical, esp. to a mass of radioactive material. 2. being of less than critical ...
subcrossing
n. * * *
subcruciform
adj. * * *
subcrustal
/sub krus"tl/, adj. Geol. situated or occurring below the crust of the earth. [1895-1900; SUB- + CRUSTAL] * * *

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