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subrhombical
adj. * * *
subrhomboid
adj. * * *
subrhomboidal
adj. * * *
subrictal
adj. * * *
subright
/sub"ruyt'/, n. Usually, subrights. subsidiary rights, as for a literary or dramatic property. [SUB- + RIGHT] * * *
subrigid
adj.; subrigidly, adv.; subrigidness, n. * * *
subrigidity
n. * * *
subring
/sub"ring'/, n. Math. a subset of a ring that is a subgroup under addition and that is closed under multiplication. Cf. ring1 (def. 22). [1950-55; SUB- + RING1] * * *
Subroc
/sub"rok'/, n. Mil. a rocket that contains a nuclear depth charge and that can be launched underwater from a submarine torpedo tube. Also, SUBROC [sub(marine) roc(ket)] * * *
subrogate
—subrogation, n. /sub"reuh gayt'/, v.t., subrogated, subrogating. 1. to put into the place of another; substitute for another. 2. Civil Law. to substitute (one person) for ...
subrogation
subrogation [sub΄rō gā′shən, sub΄rəgā′shən] n. 〚ME subrogacioun < ML subrogatio < L subrogatus〛 a subrogating; esp., the substitution of one creditor for another, ...
subroot
n. * * *
subrosa
sub ro·sa (rōʹzə) adv. In secret; privately or confidentially: held the meeting sub rosa.   [Latin sub rosā, under the rose (from the practice of hanging a rose over a ...
subrostral
adj. * * *
subrotund
adj.; subrotundly, adv.; subrotundness, n. * * *
subrotundity
n. * * *
subround
/sub rownd"/, adj. somewhat round or rounded. [1780-90; SUB- + ROUND1] * * *
subroutine
/sub"rooh teen'/, n. Computers. an instruction sequence in a machine or assembly language program that can be prewritten and referred to as often as needed. Cf. procedure (def. ...
subrule
n. * * *
subruler
n. * * *
subsacral
adj. * * *
subsale
n. * * *
subsaline
adj. * * *
subsalinity
n. * * *
subsample
n. /sub"sam'peuhl/; v. /sub sam"peuhl/, n., v., subsampled, subsampling. n. 1. a specimen from or a small part of a sample. v.t. 2. to take a subsample of. [1895-1900; SUB- + ...
subsatellite
/sub"sat'l uyt'/, n. a satellite designed to be released into orbit from another spacecraft. [1890-95; SUB- + SATELLITE] * * *
subsatiric
adj. * * *
subsatirical
adj.; subsatirically, adv.; subsatiricalness, n. * * *
subsaturated
adj. * * *
subsc
subscription. * * *
subscale
n. * * *
subscapular
/sub skap"yeuh leuhr/, Anat. adj. 1. situated beneath or on the deep surface of the scapula, as a muscle. n. 2. a subscapular muscle, artery, etc. Also, subscapulary /sub ...
subschedule
n. * * *
subscheme
n. * * *
subschool
n. * * *
subscience
n. * * *
subscleral
adj. * * *
subsclerotic
adj. * * *
subscribe
—subscribable, adj. —subscribership, n. /seuhb skruyb"/, v., subscribed, subscribing. v.t. 1. to pledge, as by signing an agreement, to give or pay (a sum of money) as a ...
subscriber
/seuhb skruy"beuhr/, n. 1. a person, company, etc., that subscribes, as to a publication or concert series. 2. a homeowner, apartment dweller, business, etc., that pays a monthly ...
subscript
/sub"skript/, adj. 1. written below (distinguished from adscript, superscript). 2. inferior (def. 9). n. 3. inferior (def. 11). 4. Also called subfix. any character, number, or ...
subscription
—subscriptive /seuhb skrip"tiv/, adj. —subscriptively, adv. /seuhb skrip"sheuhn/, n. 1. a sum of money given or pledged as a contribution, payment, investment, etc. 2. the ...
subscription edition
1. an edition of one or more volumes for which a number of prospective purchasers place orders, usually in advance of publication. 2. a specially designed edition offered to ...
subscription television
(also subscription TVpay televisionpay-TV) n [U] (in the US) a commercial television service that is regularly paid for by people who receive it. * * *
subscription television.
See pay television. Also called subscription TV [1950-55] * * *
subscription TV
➡ subscription television * * *
subscriptive
See subscription. * * *
subscriptively
See subscriptive. * * *
subscripture
n. * * *
subsea
/sub see", sub"see'/, adj. occurring, working, etc., under the sea or ocean: a subsea specialist in oil rigs. [SUB- + SEA] * * *
subsecretarial
adj. * * *
subsecretariat
/sub sek'ri tair"ee it, sub'sek-/, n. an administrative department that assists and is subordinate to a secretariat. [SUB- + SECRETARIAT] * * *
subsecretary
n., pl. subsecretaries. * * *
subsect
n. * * *
subsection
/sub sek"sheuhn, sub"sek'-/, n. 1. a part or division of a section. v.t. 2. to divide or partition into subsections. [1615-25; SUB- + SECTION] * * *
subsector
n. * * *
subsecurity
n., pl. subsecurities. * * *
subsegment
/sub seg"meuhnt, sub"seg'-/, n. a part or division of a segment. [SUB- + SEGMENT] * * *
subsellium
/sub sel"ee euhm/, n., pl. subsellia /-sel"ee euh/. misericord (def. 2). [1695-1705; < L: low seat, bench, equiv. to sub- SUB- + sell(a) seat + -ium -IUM] * * *
subsensation
n. * * *
subsensual
adj.; subsensually, adv. * * *
subsensuous
adj.; subsensuously, adv.; subsensuousness, n. * * *
subsept
n. * * *
subseptate
adj. * * *
subsequence
subsequence1 /sub"si kweuhns/, n. 1. the state or fact of being subsequent. 2. a subsequent occurrence, event, etc.; sequel. [1490-1500; SUBSEQU(ENT) + ...
subsequent
—subsequently, adv. /sub"si kweuhnt/, adj. 1. occurring or coming later or after: subsequent events. 2. following in order or succession; succeeding: a subsequent section in a ...
subsequently
See subsequent. * * *
subsequentness
See subsequently. * * *
subsequentto
subsequent to prep. At a later time than; after. * * *
subsere
subsere [sub′sir΄] 〚 SUB- + SERE1〛 Ecol. a secondary succession occurring after all or part of the vegetation in an area has been destroyed, as by humans or fire * * ...
subseries
n., pl. subseries. * * *
subserous
/sub sear"euhs/, adj. situated or occurring under a serous membrane. [1825-35; SUB- + SEROUS] * * *
subserrate
adj. * * *
subserrated
adj. * * *
subserve
/seuhb serrv"/, v.t., subserved, subserving. 1. to be useful or instrumental in promoting (a purpose, action, etc.): Light exercise subserves digestion. 2. Obs. to serve as a ...
subservience
subservience [səb sʉr′vē əns] n. 1. the state or quality of being subservient 2. subservient behavior or manner; obsequiousness; servility: Also subserviency * * * See ...
subserviency
See subservience. * * *
subservient
—subservience, subserviency, n. —subserviently, adv. /seuhb serr"vee euhnt/, adj. 1. serving or acting in a subordinate capacity; subordinate. 2. servile; excessively ...
subserviently
See subservience. * * *
subsessile
adj. * * *
subset
/sub"set'/, n. 1. a set that is a part of a larger set. 2. Math. a set consisting of elements of a given set that can be the same as the given set or smaller. [1900-05; SUB- + ...
subsewer
n. * * *
subshaft
n. * * *
subshell
/sub"shel'/, n. Physics. a group of electrons in an atom belonging to the same shell and also having the same azimuthal quantum number. [1965-70; SUB- + SHELL] * * *
subsheriff
n. * * *
subshire
n. * * *
subshrub
—subshrubby, adj. /sub"shrub'/, n. a plant consisting of a woody, perennial base with annual, herbaceous shoots. [1850-55; SUB- + SHRUB] * * *
subsibilance
n. * * *
subsibilancy
n. * * *
subsibilant
adj., n.; subsibilantly, adv. * * *
subside
—subsidence /seuhb suyd"ns, sub"si dns/, n. —subsider, n. /seuhb suyd"/, v.i., subsided, subsiding. 1. to sink to a low or lower level. 2. to become quiet, less active, or ...
subsidence
See subside. * * * ▪ geology       sinking of the Earth's surface in response to geologic or man-induced causes. When subsidence occurs in great belts, providing ...
subsidiarily
See subsidiary. * * *
subsidiary
—subsidiarily /seuhb sid'ee air"euh lee, -sid"ee er'-/, adv. —subsidiariness, n. /seuhb sid"ee er'ee/, adj., n., pl. subsidiaries. adj. 1. serving to assist or supplement; ...
subsidiary coin
a coin, esp. one made of silver, having a value less than that of the monetary unit. Cf. minor coin. [1885-90, Amer.] * * *
subsidiary company
a company whose controlling interest is owned by another company. [1915-20] * * *
subsidiary ledger
(in accounting) a ledger containing a group of detailed and related accounts the total of which is summarized in the control account. * * *
subsidiary rights
rights to publish or produce in different formats works based on the original work under contract, as a paperback edition of an original hardcover book or a motion picture based ...
subsidiarycell
subsidiary cell n. A plant epidermal cell that is associated with guard cells and differs morphologically from other epidermal cells. Also called accessory cell. * * *
subsidiarycompany
subsidiary company n. A company having more than half of its stock owned by another company. * * *
subsidization
See subsidize. * * *
subsidize
—subsidizable, adj. —subsidization, n. —subsidizer, n. /sub"si duyz'/, v.t., subsidized, subsidizing. 1. to furnish or aid with a subsidy. 2. to purchase the assistance of ...
subsidizer
See subsidization. * * *
subsidy
/sub"si dee/, n., pl. subsidies. 1. a direct pecuniary aid furnished by a government to a private industrial undertaking, a charity organization, or the like. 2. a sum paid, ...
subsilicate
n. * * *
subsimian
adj. * * *
subsimious
adj. * * *
subsimple
adj. * * *
subsinuous
adj. * * *
subsist
—subsistingly, adv. /seuhb sist"/, v.i. 1. to exist; continue in existence. 2. to remain alive; live, as on food, resources, etc. 3. to have existence in, or by reason of, ...
subsistence
/seuhb sis"teuhns/, n. 1. the state or fact of subsisting. 2. the state or fact of existing. 3. the providing of sustenance or support. 4. means of supporting life; a living or ...
subsistence allowance
1. money given in advance to a new soldier, employee, etc., to buy food, clothing, and pay for other necessities while awaiting a first pay. 2. money paid a worker in addition to ...
subsistence farming
1. farming whose products are intended to provide for the basic needs of the farmer, with little surplus for marketing. 2. farming that brings little or no profit to the farmer, ...
subsistent
/seuhb sis"teuhnt/, adj. 1. subsisting, existing, or continuing in existence. 2. inherent: subsistent qualities of character. n. 3. Philos. something that exists necessarily as ...
subsister
See subsist. * * *
subsizar
n. * * *
subsizarship
n. * * *
subsmile
n. * * *
subsneer
n. * * *
subsocial
—subsocially, adv. /sub soh"sheuhl/, adj. without a definite social structure. [1905-10; SUB- + SOCIAL] * * *
subsociety
n., pl. subsocieties. * * *
subsoil
/sub"soyl'/, n. the bed or stratum of earth or earthy material immediately under the surface soil. Also called undersoil. [1790-1800; SUB- + SOIL1] * * * Layer (stratum) of ...
subsoil plow
a plow for stirring the subsoil, usually without disturbing the surface. [1825-35] * * *
subsoiler
/sub"soy'leuhr/, n. 1. one who operates a subsoil plow. 2. See subsoil plow. [1850-55; SUBSOIL + -ER1] * * *
subsolar
/sub soh"leuhr/, adj. 1. situated beneath the sun or between the earth and the sun. 2. between the tropics. [1650-60; SUB- + SOLAR1] * * *
subsolid
n. * * *
subsong
/sub"sawng', -song'/, n. an unstructured, often rambling vocalization of low volume heard in young birds and, at the start of the breeding season, in adult birds of certain ...
subsonic
—subsonically, adv. /sub son"ik/, adj. 1. noting or pertaining to a speed less than that of sound in air at the same height above sea level. 2. infrasonic. [1940-45; SUB- + ...
subsort
n. v. * * *
subsorter
n. * * *
subsovereign
n., adj. * * *
subsp.
subsp. abbr. subspecies. * * *
subspace
/sub"spays'/, n. 1. a smaller space within a main area that has been divided or subdivided: The jewelry shop occupies a subspace in the hotel's lobby. 2. Math. a. a subset of a ...
subspace topology
Math. See relative topology. * * *
subspatulate
adj. * * *
subspecialize
v., subspecialized, subspecializing. * * *
subspecialty
/sub spesh"euhl tee, sub"spesh'-/, n., pl. subspecialties. a lesser or minor specialty: a cinematographer with a subspecialty of portrait photography. [1925-30; SUB- + ...
subspecies
/sub"spee'sheez, sub spee"-/, n., pl. subspecies. a subdivision of a species, esp. a geographical or ecological subdivision. [1690-1700; SUB- + SPECIES] * * *
subspecific
—subspecifically, adv. /sub'speuh sif"ik/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or of the nature of a subspecies. 2. less than specific. [1865-70; SUB- + SPECIFIC] * * *
subsphenoid
adj. * * *
subsphenoidal
adj. * * *
subsphere
n. * * *
subspheric
adj. * * *
subspherical
adj. * * *
subspinose
adj. * * *
subspinous
adj. * * *
subspiral
adj.; subspirally, adv. * * *
subsplenial
adj. * * *
subspontaneous
adj.; subspontaneously, adv.; subspontaneousness, n. * * *
subsquadron
n. * * *
subst
subst abbrev. 1. substantive 2. substitute * * *
subst.
1. substantive. 2. substantively. 3. substitute. * * *
substage
/sub"stayj'/, n. the component part of a microscope below the stage, for supporting a condenser, mirror, or other accessories. [1855-60; SUB- + STAGE] * * *
substance
—substanceless, adj. /sub"steuhns/, n. 1. that of which a thing consists; physical matter or material: form and substance. 2. a species of matter of definite chemical ...
substance abuse
long-term, pathological use of alcohol or drugs, characterized by daily intoxication, inability to reduce consumption, and impairment in social or occupational functioning; ...
substance P
a small peptide released upon stimulation in the nervous system and involved in regulation of the pain threshold. [earlier standard preparation P (1931); the initial is ...
substanceabuse
substance abuse n. The overindulgence in and dependence on an addictive substance, especially alcohol or a narcotic drug. Also called chemical abuse.   substance abuser n. * * *
substanceabuser
See substance abuse. * * *
substanceP
substance P n. A short-chain polypeptide that functions as a neurotransmitter especially in the transmission of pain impulses from peripheral receptors to the central nervous ...
Substances contributing to the virulence of pathogenic bacteria
▪ Table Substances contributing to the virulence of pathogenic bacteria substance action hyaluronidase increases permeability of tissue spaces to bacterial ...
substandard
/sub stan"deuhrd/, adj. 1. below standard or less than adequate: substandard housing conditions. 2. noting or pertaining to a dialect or variety of a language or a feature of ...
substandardize
v.t., substandardized, substandardizing. * * *
substantia nigra
/seuhb stan"shee euh nuy"greuh, nig"reuh/, pl. substantiae nigrae /sub stan"shee ee' nuy"gree, nig"ree/, substantia nigras. a deeply pigmented area of the midbrain containing ...
substantiagelatinosa
sub·stan·ti·a ge·lat·i·no·sa (səb-stănʹshē-ə jə-lăt'n-ōʹsə) n. A narrow, dense, vertical band of gelatinous gray matter forming the dorsal part of the posterior ...
substantial
—substantiality, substantialness, n. —substantially, adv. /seuhb stan"sheuhl/, adj. 1. of ample or considerable amount, quantity, size, etc.: a substantial sum of money. 2. ...
substantialism
—substantialist, n. /seuhb stan"sheuh liz'euhm/, n. Philos. the doctrine that substantial noumena exist as a basis for phenomena. [1880-85; SUBSTANTIAL + -ISM] * * *
substantiality
See substantial. * * *
substantially
See substantiality. * * *
substantialness
See substantiality. * * *
substantianigra
substantia ni·gra (nīʹgrə, nĭgʹrə) n. A layer of large pigmented nerve cells in the midbrain that produce dopamine and whose destruction is associated with Parkinson's ...
substantiate
—substantiatable, adj. —substantiation, n. —substantiative, adj. —substantiator, n. /seuhb stan"shee ayt'/, v.t., substantiated, substantiating. 1. to establish by proof ...
substantiation
See substantiate. * * *
substantival
—substantivally, adv. /sub'steuhn tuy"veuhl/, adj. noting, of, or pertaining to a substantive. [1825-35; SUBSTANTIVE + -AL1] * * *
substantivally
See substantival. * * *
substantive
—substantively, adv. —substantiveness, n. /sub"steuhn tiv/, n. Gram. 1. a noun. 2. a pronoun or other word or phrase functioning or inflected like a noun. adj. 3. Gram. a. ...
substantive right
a right, as life, liberty, or property, recognized for its own sake and as part of the natural legal order of society. [1935-40] * * *
substantively
See substantive. * * *
substantiveness
See substantively. * * *
substantiveright
substantive right n. A basic right, such as life or liberty, seen as constituting part of the order of society and considered independent of and not subordinate to the body of ...
substantivize
—substantivization, n. /sub"steuhn teuh vuyz'/, v.t., substantivized, substantivizing. to use (an adjective, verb, etc.) as a substantive; convert into a substantive: a ...
substate
n. * * *
substation
/sub"stay'sheuhn/, n. 1. a branch of a main post office. 2. an auxiliary power station where electrical current is converted, as from AC to DC, voltage is stepped up or down, ...
substellar
substellar [sub stel′ər] adj. Astron. of a size much smaller than a typical star * * *
substernal
adj. * * *
substituent
/sub stich"ooh euhnt/, n. 1. Chem. an atom or atomic group that takes the place of another atom or group present in the molecule of the original compound. adj. 2. having been or ...
substitutability
See substitute. * * *
substitutable
See substitutability. * * *
substitute
—substitutable, adj. —substitutability, n. —substituter, n. —substitutingly, adv. —substitution, n. —substitutional, substitutionary /sub'sti tooh"sheuh ner'ee, ...
substitution
substitution [sub΄stə to͞o′shən, sub΄stətyo͞o′shən] n. the substituting of one person or thing for another substitutional adj. substitutionary * * ...
substitution cipher
Cryptography. a cipher that replaces letters of the plain text with another set of letters or symbols. Cf. transposition cipher. [1935-40] * * *
substitution reaction
Chem. the replacement of an atom or group of atoms in a compound by another atom or group. * * * ▪ chemical reaction       any of a class of chemical reactions in which ...
substitutional
See substitution. * * *
substitutionally
See substitutional. * * *
substitutionary
See substitutional. * * *
substitutive
—substitutively, adv. /sub"sti tooh'tiv, -tyooh'-/, adj. 1. serving as or capable of serving as a substitute. 2. pertaining to or involving substitution. [1590-1600; SUBSTITUTE ...
substock
n. * * *
substore
n. * * *
substoreroom
n. * * *
substory
n., pl. substories. * * *
substrate
/sub"strayt/, n. 1. a substratum. 2. Biochem. the substance acted upon by an enzyme. 3. Electronics. a supporting material on which a circuit is formed or fabricated. [1570-80; ...
substrative
See substratum. * * *
substratosphere
—substratospheric /sub'strat euh sfer"ik, -sfear"-/, adj. /sub strat"euh sfear'/, n. (not used technically) the upper troposphere. [1915-20; SUB- + STRATOSPHERE] * * *
substratospheric
See substratosphere. * * *
substratum
—substrative, substratal, adj. /sub"stray'teuhm, -strat'euhm, sub stray"teuhm, -strat"euhm/, n., pl. substrata /-stray'teuh, -strat'euh, -stray"teuh, -strat"euh/, ...
substriate
adj. * * *
substriated
adj. * * *
substruction
—substructional, adj. /sub struk"sheuhn/, n. a foundation or substructure. [1615-25; < L substruction- (s. of substructio) foundation, equiv. to substruct(us), ptp. of ...
substructional
See substruction. * * *
substructural
See substructure. * * *
substructure
—substructural, adj. /sub struk"cheuhr, sub"struk'-/, n. 1. a structure forming the foundation of a building or other construction. 2. the foundations, piers, and abutments ...
subsulcus
n., pl. subsulci. * * *
subsulfate
/sub sul"fayt/, n. Chem. a basic salt of sulfuric acid. Also, subsulphate. [1795-1805; SUB- + SULFATE] * * *
subsulfide
n. * * *
subsulphide
n. * * *
subsumable
See subsume. * * *
subsume
—subsumable, adj. /seuhb soohm"/, v.t., subsumed, subsuming. 1. to consider or include (an idea, term, proposition, etc.) as part of a more comprehensive one. 2. to bring (a ...
subsumption
—subsumptive, adj. /seuhb sump"sheuhn/, n. 1. an act of subsuming. 2. the state of being subsumed. 3. something that is subsumed. 4. a proposition subsumed under ...
subsumptive
See subsumption. * * *
subsuperficial
adj.; subsuperficially, adv.; subsuperficialness, n. * * *
subsurety
n., pl. subsureties. * * *
subsurface
/sub serr"feuhs, sub"serr'-/, adj. below the surface, esp. of a body of water. [1770-80; SUB- + SURFACE] * * *
subsyndicate
n. * * *
subsynod
n. * * *
subsynodal
adj. * * *
subsynodic
adj. * * *
subsynodical
adj.; subsynodically, adv. * * *
subsynovial
adj. * * *
subsystem
/sub"sis'teuhm, sub sis"-/, n. a secondary or subordinate system. [SUB- + SYSTEM] * * *
subtangent
/sub tan"jeuhnt/, n. Geom. the part of the x-axis cut off between the ordinate of a given point of a curve and the tangent at that point. [1705-15; SUB- + TANGENT] * * *
subtarsal
adj. * * *
subtask
n. * * *
subtaxer
n. * * *
subteen
/sub"teen"/, n. 1. a young person approaching the teens or adolescence. 2. a range of even-numbered garment sizes, chiefly from 6 to 14, designed for girls under 13. adj. 3. of, ...
subtegminal
adj. * * *
subtegumental
adj. * * *
subtegumentary
adj. * * *
subtemperate
/sub tem"peuhr it/, adj. of, pertaining to, or occurring in the colder parts of the Temperate Zone. [1850-55; SUB- + TEMPERATE] * * *
subtemporal
adj. * * *
subtenancy
See subtenant. * * *
subtenant
—subtenancy, n. /sub ten"euhnt/, n. a person who rents land, a house, or the like, from a tenant. [1400-50; late ME. See SUB-, TENANT] * * *
subtend
/seuhb tend", sub-/, v.t. 1. Geom. to extend under or be opposite to: a chord subtending an arc. 2. Bot. (of a leaf, bract, etc.) to occur beneath or close to. 3. to form or mark ...
subtentacular
adj. * * *
subtenure
/sub ten"yeuhr/, n. the tenancy of a subtenant. [1830-40; SUB- + TENURE] * * *
subtepid
adj.; subtepidly, adv.; subtepidness, n. * * *
subtepidity
n. * * *
subter-
subter- [sub′tər] 〚L < subter, below < sub (see SUB-) + -ter, compar. suffix〛 prefix combining form below, under, less than, secretly * * *
subterete
adj. * * *
subterfuge
/sub"teuhr fyoohj'/, n. an artifice or expedient used to evade a rule, escape a consequence, hide something, etc. [1565-75; < LL subterfugium, equiv. to L subterfug(ere) to evade ...
subterminal
adj.; subterminally, adv. * * *
subterrane
/sub"teuh rayn', sub'teuh rayn"/, n. a cave or subterranean room. Also, subterrain, subterrene /sub"teuh reen', sub'teuh reen"/. [1605-15, in sense "subterranean"; 1765-75 for ...
subterranean
—subterraneanly, subterraneously, adv. /sub'teuh ray"nee euhn/, adj. Also, subterraneous. 1. existing, situated, or operating below the surface of the earth; underground. 2. ...
subterraneanly
See subterranean. * * *
subterraqueous
adj. * * *
subterrestrial
/sub'teuh res"tree euhl/, adj. underground; subterranean. [1605-15; SUB- + TERRESTRIAL] * * *
subterritorial
adj. * * *
subterritory
n., pl. subterritories. * * *
subtertian
adj. * * *
subtest
n. * * *
subtetanic
adj. * * *


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