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suborbicular combined form of orbicular.
suborbital of a rocket or other spacecraft, not reaching a high enough altitude or speed to complete one full orbit around the earth. [2 definitions]
suborder a major subdivision in an order of animals or plants; group of related families.
subordinate lower in rank or importance; inferior or secondary. [7 definitions]
subordinate clause in grammar, a clause that modifies the main clause of a sentence, such as "before I left" in "Before I left, I checked the locks".
subordinating conjunction in grammar, a conjunction that introduces a subordinate clause, such as "before," "unless," or "because".
suborganization combined form of organization.
suborn to induce (someone) to commit a crime or other corrupt deed. [2 definitions]
subpanel combined form of panel.
subpar combined form of par.
subparagraph combined form of paragraph.
subparallel combined form of parallel.
subpart combined form of part.
subperiod combined form of period.
subphase combined form of phase.
subphylum any major subdivision of a phylum; group of related classes of living things.
subplot a minor or secondary plot in a work of fiction.
subpoena in law, a formal written order summoning a witness to give testimony or requiring that specified evidence be submitted. [2 definitions]
subprimate combined form of primate.
subprocess combined form of process.
subproduct combined form of product.