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subcrystalline
adj. * * *
subcubic
adj. * * *
subcubical
adj. * * *
subcuboid
adj. * * *
subcuboidal
adj. * * *
subcultrate
adj. * * *
subcultrated
adj. * * *
subcultural
See subculture. * * *
subculture
—subcultural, adj. —subculturally, adv. v. /sub kul"cheuhr/; n. /sub"kul'cheuhr/, v., subcultured, subculturing, n. v.t. 1. Bacteriol. to cultivate (a bacterial strain) again ...
subcuneus
n., pl. subcunei. * * *
subcurate
n. * * *
subcurative
n., adj. * * *
subcurator
n. * * *
subcuratorial
adj. * * *
subcurrent
/sub"kerr'euhnt, -kur'-/, n. a not clearly revealed or formulated direction of thought, intention, action, etc., underlying what is manifested: His words, though ostensibly ...
subcutaneous
—subcutaneously, adv. —subcutaneousness, n. /sub'kyooh tay"nee euhs/, adj. 1. situated or lying under the skin, as tissue. 2. performed or introduced under the skin, as an ...
subcutaneously
See subcutaneous. * * *
subcuticular
adj. * * *
subcutis
/sub kyooh"tis/, n. Anat. the deeper layer of the dermis, containing mostly fat and connective tissue. [1895-1900; SUB- + CUTIS] * * *
subcyaneous
adj. * * *
subcyanid
n. * * *
subcyanide
n. * * *
subcylindric
adj. * * *
subcylindrical
adj. * * *
subdatary
n., pl. subdataries. * * *
subdate
v.t., subdated, subdating. * * *
subdeacon
/sub dee"keuhn, sub"dee'-/, n. a member of the clerical order next below that of deacon. [1275-1325; ME subdecon, -dekene < LL subdiaconus. See SUB-, DEACON] * * *
subdeaconate
/sub dee"keuh nit, -nayt'/, n. subdiaconate. [1875-80; SUBDEACON + -ATE3] * * *
subdealer
n. * * *
subdeb
/sub"deb'/, n. Informal. 1. a subdebutante. 2. any girl in her teens. [1915-20; shortened form] * * *
subdebutante
/sub deb"yoo tahnt', -yeuh-/, n. a young woman who has not yet made her debut into society. [1915-20; SUB- + DEBUTANTE] * * *
subdecision
n. * * *
subdeducible
adj. * * *
subdelegate
n. v.t., subdelegated, subdelegating. * * *
subdelirium
/sub'di lear"ee euhm/, n., pl. subdeliriums, subdeliria /-lear"ee euh/. Med. a mild delirium with lucid intervals. [SUB- + DELIRIUM] * * *
subdeltaic
adj. * * *
subdeltoid
adj. * * *
subdeltoidal
adj. * * *
subdemonstrate
v.t., subdemonstrated, subdemonstrating. * * *
subdendroid
adj. * * *
subdendroidal
adj. * * *
subdentate
adj. * * *
subdentated
adj. * * *
subdentation
n. * * *
subdenticulate
adj. * * *
subdenticulated
adj. * * *
subdepartmental
adj. * * *
subdeposit
n. * * *
subdepository
n., pl. subdepositories. * * *
subdepot
n. * * *
subdepressed
adj. * * *
subdeputy
n., pl. subdeputies. * * *
subderivative
/sub'di riv"euh tiv/, n. a word derived from a derivative. [SUB- + DERIVATIVE] * * *
subdermal
sub·der·mal (sŭb'dûrʹməl) adj. Located or placed beneath the skin; subcutaneous.   sub·derʹmal·ly adv. * * *
subdermally
See subdermal. * * *
subdevil
n. * * *
subdiaconal
/sub'duy ak"euh nl/, adj. of or pertaining to a subdeacon. [1840-50; SUB- + DIACONAL] * * *
subdiaconate
/sub'duy ak"euh nit, -nayt'/, n. 1. the office or dignity of a subdeacon. 2. a body of subdeacons. Also, subdeaconate. [1715-25; SUB- + DIACONATE] * * *
subdialect
n. * * *
subdialectal
adj.; subdialectally, adv. * * *
subdiapason
n. * * *
subdiapasonal
adj. * * *
subdichotomy
n., pl. subdichotomies. * * *
subdie
n. * * *
subdilated
adj. * * *
subdirector
n. * * *
subdirectory
sub·di·rec·to·ry (sŭb'dĭ-rĕkʹtə-rē, -dī-) n. pl. sub·di·rec·to·ries A subdivision of a computer directory. * * *
subdiscoid
adj. * * *
subdiscoidal
adj. * * *
subdistich
n. * * *
subdistichous
adj.; subdistichously, adv. * * *
subdistinctive
adj.; subdistinctively, adv.; subdistinctiveness, n. * * *
subdistrict
/sub"dis'trikt/, n. 1. a division of a district. v.t. 2. to divide into subdistricts. [1810-20; SUB- + DISTRICT] * * *
subdivide
—subdividable, adj. —subdivider, n. /sub'di vuyd", sub"di vuyd'/, v., subdivided, subdividing. v.t. 1. to divide (that which has already been divided) into smaller parts; ...
subdivider
See subdivide. * * *
subdivine
adj.; subdivinely, adv.; subdivineness, n. * * *
subdivision
/sub"di vizh'euhn/, n. 1. the act or fact of subdividing. 2. a product of subdividing, as a section of a department. 3. a portion of land divided into lots for real-estate ...
subdivisional
See subdivision. * * *
subdoctor
n. * * *
subdominant
/sub dom"euh neuhnt/, n. 1. Music. the fourth tone of a diatonic scale, next below the dominant. adj. 2. less than or not quite dominant. [1785-95; SUB- + DOMINANT] * * *
subdorsal
adj.; subdorsally, adv. * * *
subdruid
n. * * *
subduable
See subdue. * * *
subdual
/seuhb dooh"euhl, -dyooh"-/, n. 1. an act or instance of subduing. 2. the state of being subdued. [1665-75; SUBDUE + -AL2] * * *
subduce
subduce [səb do͞os′, səbdyo͞os′] vt. subduced, subducing 〚L subducere < sub-, from + ducere, to lead: see DUCT〛 Obs. to withdraw; take away * * *
subduct
/seuhb dukt"/, v.t. 1. to take away; subtract. 2. to withdraw; remove. [1565-75; < L subductus, ptp. of subducere to draw up, withdraw (sub- SUB- + ducere to lead), equiv. to ...
subductal
See subduct. * * *
subduction
/seuhb duk"sheuhn/, n. 1. an act or instance of subducting; subtraction or withdrawal. 2. Geol. the process by which collision of the earth's crustal plates results in one ...
subduction zone
Oceanic trench area in which, according to the theory of plate tectonics, the seafloor underthrusts an adjacent plate, dragging the accumulated trench sediments downward into the ...
subdue
—subduable, adj. —subduableness, n. —subduably, adv. —subduer, n. —subduingly, adv. /seuhb dooh", -dyooh"/, v.t., subdued, subduing. 1. to conquer and bring into ...
subdued
—subduedly, adv. —subduedness, n. /seuhb doohd", -dyoohd"/, adj. 1. quiet; inhibited; repressed; controlled: After the argument he was much more subdued. 2. lowered in ...
subduer
See subduable. * * *
subdural
adj. * * *
subecho
n., pl. subechoes. * * *
subeconomic
adj. * * *
subeconomy
n., pl. subeconomies. * * *
subectodermal
adj. * * *
subectodermic
adj. * * *
subedit
/sub ed"it/, v.t., v.i. Brit. to copyedit. [1860-65; back formation from SUBEDITOR] * * *
subeditor
—subeditorial /sub'ed i tawr"ee euhl, -tohr"-/, adj. —subeditorship, n. /sub ed"i teuhr/, n. 1. a subordinate or junior editor. 2. Brit. a copyeditor. [1825-35; SUB- + ...
subeffective
adj.; subeffectively, adv.; subeffectiveness, n. * * *
Subei Canal
▪ canal, China Chinese (Pinyin)  Subei Guangai Zong Qu  or  (Wade-Giles romanization)  Su-pei-kuan-kai-tsung Ch'ü,  English  Northern Jiangsu Main Irrigation ...
subelection
n. * * *
subelement
n. * * *
subelemental
adj.; subelementally, adv. * * *
subelliptic
adj. * * *
subelliptical
adj. * * *
subelongate
adj. * * *
subelongated
adj. * * *
subemarginate
adj. * * *
subemarginated
adj. * * *
subemployed
☆ subemployed [sub΄əm ploid′ ] adj. designating or of those workers who are unemployed, underemployed, or employed at wages below a subsistence level subemployment n. * * ...
subemployment
/sub'em ploy"meuhnt/, n. insufficient employment in the labor force of a country, area, or industry, including unemployment and underemployment. [1965-70; SUB- + EMPLOYMENT] * * *
subendocardial
adj. * * *
subendorse
v.t., subendorsed, subendorsing. * * *
subendothelial
adj. * * *
subengineer
n. * * *
subentire
adj. * * *
subentitle
v.t., subentitled, subentitling. * * *
subentry
/sub"en'tree/, n., pl. subentries. an item shown or listed under a main entry, as in bookkeeping. [1890-95; SUB- + ENTRY] * * *
subepiglottal
adj. * * *
subepiglottic
adj. * * *
subepithelial
adj. * * *
subepoch
n. * * *
subequal
adj.; subequally, adv. * * *
subequality
n., pl. subequalities. * * *
subequatorial
/sub'ee kweuh tawr"ee euhl, -tohr"-, -ek weuh-/, adj. of, pertaining to, or being a region near the equatorial region. [SUB- + EQUATORIAL] * * *
subequilateral
adj. * * *
suber
/sooh"beuhr/, n. cork (def. 6). [1790-1800; < NL, L suber cork oak, its outer bark] * * *
suberect
adj.; suberectly, adv.; suberectness, n. * * *
subereous
/sooh bear"ee euhs/, adj. of the nature of or resembling cork; suberose. [1820-30; < L subereus; see SUBER, -EOUS] * * *
suberic
/sooh ber"ik/, adj. of or pertaining to cork. [1790-1800; < L suber cork + -IC] * * *
suberic acid
Chem. a crystalline dibasic acid, C8H14O4, obtained esp. from suberin, castor oil, and cork: used chiefly in the preparation of plastics and plasticizers. [1800-10] * * *
subericacid
su·ber·ic acid (so͞o-bĕrʹĭk) n. A colorless crystalline dibasic acid, HOOC(CH2)6COOH, used in the manufacture of plastics.   [French subérique, from Latin sūber, ...
suberin
/sooh ber"in/, n. Bot. a waxlike, fatty substance, occurring in cork cell walls and in or between other cells, that on alkaline hydrolysis yields chiefly suberic acid. [1820-30; ...
suberization
/sooh'beuhr euh zay"sheuhn/, n. Bot. the impregnation of cell walls with suberin, causing the formation of cork. [1880-85; SUBERIZE + -ATION] * * *
suberize
/sooh"beuh ruyz'/, v.t., suberized, suberizing. Bot. to convert into cork tissue. Also, esp. Brit., suberise. [1880-85; < L suber cork + -IZE] * * *
suberose
/sooh"beuh rohs'/, adj. of the nature of cork; corklike; corky. Also, suberous /sooh"beuhr euhs/. [1835-45; < NL suberosus; see SUBER, -OSE1] * * *
subescheator
n. * * *
subesophageal
adj. * * *
subessential
adj.; subessentially, adv.; subessentialness, n. * * *
subestuarine
adj. * * *
subetymology
n., pl. subetymologies. * * *
subevergreen
adj. * * *
subexaminer
n. * * *
subexecutor
n. * * *
subextensible
adj.; subextensibleness, n. * * *
subexternal
adj.; subexternally, adv. * * *
subface
n. * * *
subfacies
n., pl. subfacies. * * *
subfactor
n. * * *
subfactory
n., pl. subfactories. * * *
subfalcate
adj. * * *
subfalcial
adj. * * *
subfalciform
adj. * * *
subfamily
/sub fam"euh lee, -fam"lee, sub"fam'euh lee, -fam'lee/, n., pl. subfamilies. 1. Biol. a category of related genera within a family. 2. Ling. (in the classification of related ...
subfascial
adj. * * *
subfastigiate
adj. * * *
subfastigiated
adj. * * *
subfebrile
/sub fee"breuhl, -feb"reuhl/ or, esp. Brit., /-fee"bruyl/, adj. pertaining to or marked by a temperature slightly above normal. [1895-1900; SUB- + FEBRILE] * * *
subferryman
n., pl. subferrymen. * * *
subfestive
adj.; subfestively, adv.; subfestiveness, n. * * *
subfibrous
adj. * * *
subfield
/sub"feeld'/, n. Math. a field that is a subset of a given field. [1945-50; SUB- + FIELD] * * *
subfigure
n. * * *
subfile
n. * * *
subfissure
n. * * *
subfix
/sub"fiks/, n. subscript (def. 4). [1890-95; SUB- + -fix, extracted from PREFIX, SUFFIX, etc.] * * *
subflexuose
adj. * * *
subflexuous
adj.; subflexuously, adv. * * *
subfloor
/sub"flawr', -flohr'/, n. a rough floor beneath a finished floor. Also called blind floor. [SUB- + FLOOR] * * *
subflooring
sub·floor·ing (sŭbʹflôr'ĭng, -flōr'-) or sub·floor (-flôr', -flōr') n. A rough floor over which a finished floor, flooring material, or carpet is laid. * * *
subflora
n., pl. subfloras, subflorae. * * *
subfoliar
adj. * * *
subfoliate
adj. * * *
subfoliation
n. * * *
subforeman
n., pl. subforemen. * * *
subform
n. * * *
subformation
n. * * *
subformative
adj.; subformatively, adv.; subformativeness, n. * * *
subfossil
n. * * *
subfossorial
adj. * * *
subfraction
n. * * *
subfractional
adj.; subfractionally, adv. * * *
subfractionary
adj. * * *
subframe
n. * * *
subfranchise
n., v.t., subfranchised, subfranchising. * * *
subfreezing
/sub"free"zing/, adj. below the freezing point. [1945-50; SUB- + FREEZING] * * *
subfreshman
n., pl. subfreshmen. * * *
subfrontal
adj.; subfrontally, adv. * * *
subfulgent
adj.; subfulgently, adv. * * *
subfunction
n. * * *
subfunctional
adj.; subfunctionally, adv. * * *
subfusc
/sub fusk"/, adj. 1. subfuscous; dusky. 2. dark and dull; dingy; drab: a subfusc mining town. [1755-65; < L subfuscus SUBFUSCOUS] * * *
subfuscous
/sub fus"keuhs/, adj. slightly dark, dusky, or somber. [1750-60; < L subfuscus, equiv. to sub- SUB- + fuscus FUSCOUS] * * *
subfusiform
adj. * * *
subganoid
adj. * * *
subgape
v.i., subgaped, subgaping. * * *
subgelatinoid
adj. * * *
subgelatinous
adj.; subgelatinously, adv.; subgelatinousness, n. * * *
subgeneric
See subgenus. * * *
subgeniculate
adj. * * *
subgenital
adj. * * *
subgenre
/sub"zhahn'reuh, -zhahonn'rddeu/, n. a lesser or subordinate genre: a subgenre of popular fiction. [SUB- + GENRE] * * *
subgens
n., pl. subgentes. * * *
subgenus
—subgeneric /sub'jeuh ner"ik/, adj. /sub jee"neuhs/, n., pl. subgenera /-jen"euhr euh/, subgenuses. Anthropol., Biol. a category of related species within a genus. [1805-15; < ...
subgeometric
adj. * * *
subgeometrical
adj.; subgeometrically, adv. * * *
subgerminal
adj.; subgerminally, adv. * * *
subgingival
/sub'jin juy"veuhl, sub jin"jeuh-/, adj. being or occurring under the gums; esp., being or occurring in the crevice between the gum margin and the neck or root of a tooth. [SUB- ...
subglabrous
adj. * * *
subglacial
—subglacially, adv. /sub glay"sheuhl/, adj. 1. beneath a glacier: a subglacial stream. 2. formerly beneath a glacier: a subglacial deposit. [1810-20; SUB- + GLACIAL] * * *
subglacially
See subglacial. * * *
subglenoid
adj. * * *
subgloboid
adj. * * *
subglobose
adj.; subglobosely, adv; subgloboseness, n. * * *
subglobosity
n. * * *
subglobular
adj.; subglobularly, adv. * * *
subglossal
adj. * * *
subglottal
adj.; subglottally, adv. * * *
subglottic
adj. * * *
subglumaceous
adj. * * *
subgoal
n. * * *
subgod
n. * * *
subgoverness
n. * * *
subgovernor
n. * * *
subgrade
/sub"grayd'/, Civ. Engin., Building Trades. n. 1. the prepared earth surface on which a pavement or the ballast of a railroad track is placed or upon which the foundation of a ...
subgranular
adj.; subgranularly, adv. * * *
subgrin
n. * * *
subgroup
/sub"groohp'/, n. 1. a subordinate group; a division of a group. 2. Chem. a division of a group in the periodic table. 3. Math. a subset of a group that is closed under the group ...
subgular
adj. * * *
subgum
/sub"gum"/, adj. Chinese or Chinese-American Cookery. prepared with mixed vegetables, as with water chestnuts, mushrooms, and bean sprouts. [1935-40; < dial. Chin (Guangdong) ...
subgyre
n. * * *
subgyrus
n., pl. subgyri. * * *
subḥah
▪ Muslim prayer beads       string of Muslim prayer beads whose units (100, 25, or 33) represent the names of God. As the beads (made of wood, bone, or precious stones) ...
subhalide
/sub hal"uyd, -hay"luyd/, n. Chem. a halide containing a relatively small proportion of the halogen, as mercurous chloride. [SUB- + HALIDE] * * *
subhall
n. * * *
subharmonic
/sub'hahr mon"ik/, n. Physics. an oscillation that has a frequency which is an integral submultiple of the frequency of a related oscillation. [SUB- + HARMONIC] * * *


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