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submolecule
n. * * *
submontane
—submontanely, adv. /sub mon"tayn/, adj. 1. under or beneath a mountain or mountains. 2. at or near the foot of mountains. 3. pertaining or belonging to the lower slopes of ...
submortgage
n. * * *
submountain
adj. * * *
submucosa
—submucosal, adj. /sub'myooh koh"seuh, -zeuh/, n. Anat. the layer of connective tissue located beneath the mucous membrane. [1880-85; NL; see SUB-, MUCOSA] * * *
submucosal
See submucosa. * * *
submucosally
See submucosal. * * *
submucous
adj. * * *
submucronate
adj. * * *
submucronated
adj. * * *
submultiple
/sub mul"teuh peuhl/, n. 1. a number that is contained by another number an integral number of times without a remainder: The number 3 is a submultiple of 12. adj. 2. pertaining ...
submundane
adj. * * *
submuriate
n. * * *
submuscular
adj.; submuscularly, adv. * * *
subnacreous
adj. * * *
subnarcotic
adj. * * *
subnational
adj. * * *
subnatural
adj.; subnaturally, adv.; subnaturalness, n. * * *
subnet
/sub"net'/, n. Math. the abstraction, in topology, of a subsequence. [SUB- + NET1] * * *
subnetwork
n. * * *
subneural
adj. * * *
subnitrate
—subnitrated, adj. /sub nuy"trayt/, n. Chem. a basic salt of nitric acid. [1795-1805; SUB- + NITRATE] * * *
subnodulose
adj. * * *
subnodulous
adj. * * *
subnormal
—subnormality, n. /sub nawr"meuhl/, adj. 1. below the normal; less than or inferior to the normal: a subnormal amount of rain. 2. being less than average in any psychological ...
subnormality
See subnormal. * * *
subnotation
n. * * *
subnotational
adj. * * *
subnote
n. * * *
subnotebook
/sub"noht'book/, n. a laptop computer smaller and lighter than a notebook, typically weighing less than 5 pounds (2.3 kg). [1990-95, Amer.] * * *
subnotochordal
adj. * * *
subnuclear
subnuclear [subno͞o′klē ər, subnyo͞o′klē ər] adj. designating or of any of the particles within the nuclei of atoms * * * sub·nu·cle·ar (sŭb-no͞oʹklē-ər, ...
subnuclear particle
/sub nooh"klee euhr, -nyooh"-/ or, by metathesis, /-kyeuh leuhr/ Physics. any of the elementary particles, including those that do not exist in stable matter but appear as a ...
subnucleus
n., pl. subnuclei, subnucleuses. * * *
subnude
adj. * * *
subnumber
n. * * *
subnutritious
adj.; subnutritiously, adv.; subnutritiousness, n. * * *
suboblique
adj.; subobliquely, adv.; subobliqueness, n. * * *
subobscure
adj.; subobscurely, adv.; subobscureness, n. * * *
subobsolete
adj.; subobsoletely, adv.; subobsoleteness, n. * * *
subobtuse
adj.; subobtusely, adv.; subobtuseness, n. * * *
suboccipital
/sub'ok sip"i tl/, adj. situated below the occipital bone or the occipital lobe of the brain. [1725-35; < NL suboccipitalis; see SUB-, OCCIPITAL] * * *
suboceanic
/sub'oh shee an"ik/, adj. 1. occurring or existing below the floor of the ocean: suboceanic oil. 2. of, pertaining to, or on the floor of the ocean: suboceanic plants. Also, ...
subocular
adj.; subocularly, adv. * * *
suboesophageal
adj. * * *
subofficial
n., adj.; subofficially, adv. * * *
subolive
adj. * * *
subopaque
adj.; subopaquely, adv.; subopaqueness, n. * * *
suboperation
n. * * *
subopposite
adj.; suboppositely, adv.; suboppositeness, n. * * *
suboptic
adj. * * *
suboptical
adj.; suboptically, adv. * * *
suboptimal
/sub op"teuh meuhl/, adj. being below an optimal level or standard. Also, suboptimum /sub op"teuh meuhm/. [1930-35; SUB- + OPTIMAL] * * *
suboral
adj. * * *
suborbicular
adj.; suborbicularly, adv. * * *
suborbiculate
adj. * * *
suborbiculated
adj. * * *
suborbital
/sub awr"bi tl/, adj. 1. (of a spacecraft) not in orbit; not achieving an altitude and velocity resulting in a ballistic trajectory circling the earth at least once. 2. Anat. ...
suborder
/sub"awr'deuhr/, n. Biol. a category of related families within an order. [1820-30; SUB- + ORDER] * * *
subordinal
/sub awr"dn l/, adj. of, pertaining to, or ranked as a suborder. [1865-70; SUB- + ORDINAL1] * * *
subordinate
—subordinately, adv. —subordinateness, n. —subordination, subordinacy /seuh bawr"dn euh see/, n. —subordinative /seuh bawr"dn ay'tiv, -bawr"dn euh-/, adj. adj., n. /seuh ...
subordinate clause
Gram. a clause that modifies the principal clause or some part of it or that serves a noun function in the principal clause, as when she arrived in the sentence I was there when ...
subordinateclause
subordinate clause n. See dependent clause. * * *
subordinateconjunction
subordinate conjunction n. A conjunction, such as after, because, if, or where, that introduces a dependent clause. * * *
subordinated
/seuh bawr"dn ay'tid/, adj. Finance. noting or designating a debt obligation whose holder is placed in precedence below secured and general creditors: subordinated ...
subordinately
See subordinate. * * *
subordinateness
See subordinately. * * *
subordinating conjunction
Gram. a conjunction introducing a subordinate clause, as when in They were glad when I finished. Also, subordinate conjunction. Also called subordinator. Cf. coordinating ...
subordination
subordination [sə bôrd΄'n ā′shən] n. 1. a subordinating or being subordinated 2. Now Rare subjection or submission to rank, power, or authority; obedience * * * See ...
subordinationism
—subordinationist, n. /seuh bawr'dn ay"sheuh niz'euhm/, n. Theol. the doctrine that the first person of the Holy Trinity is superior to the second, and the second superior to ...
subordinative
See subordinately. * * *
suborganic
adj. * * *
suborganically
adv. * * *
suborn
—subornation /sub'awr nay"sheuhn/, n. —subornative /seuh bawr"neuh tiv/, adj. —suborner, n. /seuh bawrn"/, v.t. 1. to bribe or induce (someone) unlawfully or secretly to ...
subornation
subornation [sub΄ôr nā′shən] n. 〚ML subornatio〛 a suborning or being suborned; esp., the crime of inducing another to commit perjury (subornation of perjury) * * * See ...
subornation of perjury
Crim. Law. the offense of bribing or otherwise persuading another to commit perjury. [1580-90] * * *
suborner
See subornation. * * *
suboscine
/sub os"in, -uyn/, Ornith. adj. 1. of or pertaining to birds of the suborder Suboscines, of the order Passeriformes, comprising the supposedly more primitive members of the ...
Subotica
Serbo-Croatian. /sooh"baw ti tsah/, n. a city in N Vojvodina, in N Yugoslavia. 88,787. Hungarian, Szabadka. * * * ▪ Serbia Hungarian  Szabadka         town in the ...
subovarian
adj. * * *
subovate
adj. * * *
suboverseer
n. * * *
subovoid
adj. * * *
suboxide
/sub ok"suyd, -sid/, n. Chem. the oxide of an element that contains the smallest proportion of oxygen. [1795-1805; SUB- + OXIDE] * * *
subpackage
n. * * *
subpagoda
n. * * *
subpallial
adj. * * *
subpalmate
adj. * * *
subpalmated
adj. * * *
subpanel
n. * * *
subpar
adj. * * *
subparagraph
n. * * *
subparallel
adj. * * *
subparalytic
adj. * * *
subparietal
adj. * * *
subpart
n. * * *
subpartition
n. * * *
subpartitioned
adj. * * *
subparty
n., pl. subparties. * * *
subpass
n. * * *
subpastor
n. * * *
subpatellar
adj. * * *
subpatron
n. * * *
subpatronal
adj. * * *
subpatroness
n. * * *
subpattern
n. * * *
subpavement
n. * * *
subpectinate
adj. * * *
subpectinated
adj. * * *
subpectoral
adj. * * *
subpeduncle
n. * * *
subpeduncled
adj. * * *
subpeduncular
adj. * * *
subpedunculate
adj. * * *
subpedunculated
adj. * * *
subpellucid
adj.; subpellucidly, adv.; subpellucidness, n. * * *
subpeltate
adj.; subpeltately, adv. * * *
subpentagonal
adj. * * *
subpericardiac
adj. * * *
subpericardial
adj. * * *
subpericranial
adj. * * *
subperiod
n. * * *
subperiosteal
adj.; subperiosteally, adv. * * *
subperitoneal
adj. * * *
subpermanent
adj.; subpermanently, adv. * * *
subpetiolate
adj. * * *
subpetiolated
adj. * * *
subpetrosal
adj. * * *
subpharyngal
adj. * * *
subpharyngeal
adj.; subpharyngeally, adv. * * *
subphase
n. * * *
subphosphate
n. * * *
subphratry
n., pl. subphratries. * * *
subphrenic
adj. * * *
subphylum
—subphylar, adj. /sub fuy"leuhm/, n., pl. subphyla /-leuh/. Biol. a category of related classes within a phylum. [1930-35; < NL; see SUB-, PHYLUM] * * *
subpial
adj. * * *
subpilose
adj. * * *
subpilosity
n. * * *
subpiston
n. * * *
subplacenta
n., pl. subplacentas, subplacentae. * * *
subplacental
adj. * * *
subplant
n. * * *
subplantigrade
adj. * * *
subpleural
/sub ploor"euhl/, adj. situated under the pleura. [1860-65; SUB- + PLEURAL] * * *
subplexal
adj. * * *
subplot
/sub"plot'/, n. a secondary or subordinate plot, as in a play, novel, or other literary work; underplot. Cf. counterplot (def. 2). [1915-20; SUB- + PLOT] * * *
subplow
n. v. * * *
subpoena
/seuh pee"neuh, seuhb-/, n., v., subpoenaed, subpoenaing. Law. n. 1. the usual writ for the summoning of witnesses or the submission of evidence, as records or documents, before ...
subpoena duces tecum
/seuh pee"neuh dooh"seez tee"keuhm, dooh"sayz tay"keuhm, seuhb-/, Law. a writ directing a person to appear in court and to bring some document described in the writ. Also called ...
subpolar
/sub poh"leuhr/, adj. 1. subantarctic. 2. subarctic. [1820-30; SUB- + POLAR] * * *
subpolitical
adj.; subpolitically, adv. * * *
subpolygonal
adj.; subpolygonally, adv. * * *
subpool
n. * * *
subpopular
adj. * * *
subporphyritic
adj. * * *
subport
n. * * *
subpost
n. * * *
subpotency
sub·po·ten·cy (sŭb-pōtʹn-sē) n. 1. Reduction in potency, as of a drug. 2. Reduction in the power to transmit hereditary characteristics.   sub·poʹtent adj. * * *
subpotent
See subpotency. * * *
subpreceptor
n. * * *
subpreceptoral
adj. * * *
subpreceptorial
adj. * * *
subpredicate
n. * * *
subpredicative
adj. * * *
subprefect
n. * * *
subprefectorial
adj. * * *
subprehensile
adj. * * *
subpreputial
adj. * * *
subprimal
/sub pruy"meuhl/, adj. 1. (of meat) being a cut of meat larger than a steak, roast, or other single cut but smaller than a side of beef: shipped by the packer to local markets ...
subprimary
adj. * * *
subprime
/sub pruym"/, adj. 1. being of less than top quality: a subprime grade of steel. 2. being below a prime rate: banks engaging in subprime lending. [SUB- + PRIME] * * *
Subprime Mortgages: A Catalyst for Global Chaos
▪ 2008  One version of chaos theory opines that a butterfly flapping its wings in Beijing could produce a change in atmospheric pressure that in turn could cause a tornado in ...
subprincipal
/sub prin"seuh peuhl, sub"prin'-/, n. 1. an assistant or deputy principal. 2. Music. (in an organ) a subbass of the open diapason class. [1590-1600; SUB- + PRINCIPAL] * * *
subprior
n. * * *
subprioress
n. * * *
subpriorship
n. * * *
subproblem
n. * * *
subproctor
n. * * *
subproctorial
adj. * * *
subproduct
n. * * *
subprofessional
—subprofessionally, adv. /sub'preuh fesh"euh nl/, adj. 1. being below professional standards: subprofessional health care. 2. paraprofessional. n. 3. a ...
subprofessor
n. * * *
subprofitable
adj.; subprofitableness, n.; subprofitably, adv. * * *
subprogram
/sub"proh'gram, -greuhm/, n. Computers. procedure (def. 4b). [1955-60] * * *
subproject
n. * * *
subproportional
adj.; subproportionally, adv. * * *
subprostatic
adj. * * *
subprotector
n. * * *
subprovince
n. * * *
subprovincial
adj., n. * * *
subpubescent
adj. * * *
subpubic
adj. * * *
subpulmonary
adj. * * *
subpurlin
/sub perr"lin/, n. a light structural member for carrying roofing materials, supported by and running at right angles to purlins. [SUB- + PURLIN] * * *
subpyramidal
adj. * * *
subpyramidic
adj. * * *
subpyramidical
adj. * * *
subpyriform
adj. * * *
subquadrangular
adj. * * *
subquadrate
adj. * * *
subquality
n., pl. subqualities. * * *
subquarter
/sub"kwawr'teuhr, -kwaw'-/, n. Heraldry. one of the quarterings of a grand quarter. [SUB- + QUARTER] * * *
subquarterly
/sub kwawr"teuhr lee, -kwaw"-/, adv. Heraldry. as one of the quarterings of a grand quarter: a coat of arms borne subquarterly. [SUB- + QUARTERLY] * * *
subquestion
n. * * *
subquinquefid
adj. * * *
subrace
n. * * *
subradiance
n. * * *
subradiancy
n. * * *
subradiate
adj. * * *
subradiative
adj. * * *
subradical
adj.; subradicalness, n. * * *
subradular
adj. * * *
Subramaniam, C
▪ 2001       Indian politician (b. Jan. 30, 1910, Pollachi, near Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India—d. Nov. 7, 2000, Chennai [formerly Madras], India), was commonly ...
subramose
adj. * * *
subramous
adj. * * *
subrange
n. * * *
subrational
/sub rash"euh nl/, adj. less than or almost rational. [1860-65; SUB- + RATIONAL] * * *
subreader
n. * * *
subreason
n. * * *
subrebellion
n. * * *
subrectal
adj. * * *
subrectangular
adj. * * *
subrector
n. * * *
subrectory
n., pl. subrectories. * * *
subreference
n. * * *
subregent
n. * * *
subregion
—subregional, adj. /sub"ree'jeuhn/, n. a division or subdivision of a region, esp. a division of a zoogeographical region. [1860-65; SUB- + REGION] * * *
subregional
See subregion. * * *
subregular
adj. * * *
subrelation
n. * * *
subreligion
n. * * *
subreniform
adj. * * *
subrepand
adj. * * *
subrepent
adj. * * *
subreport
n. * * *
subreption
—subreptitious /sub'rep tish"euhs/, adj. /seuhb rep"sheuhn/, n. 1. Canon Law. a concealment of the pertinent facts in a petition, as for dispensation or favor, that in certain ...
subreptitious
See subreption. * * *
subreputable
adj.; subreputably, adv. * * *
subretinal
adj. * * *
subretractile
adj. * * *
subrhombic
adj. * * *


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