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subtemperate of, designating, or occurring in the colder regions of the temperate zones.
subtenant a person who rents property from a tenant.
subtend in geometry, to extend across or under, or be opposite.
subter- below; secret.
subterfuge a stratagem or artifice used to hide, avoid, or deceive.
subterranean below the earth's surface; underground. [3 definitions]
subtheme combined form of theme.
subtherapeutic combined form of therapeutic.
subtilize to make (an argument or the like) more subtle. [3 definitions]
subtitle a subordinate title or heading below the main title of a written text. [4 definitions]
subtle difficult to detect or define; elusive or ambiguous. [4 definitions]
subtlety the quality or condition of being subtle. [2 definitions]
subtonic the seventh tone of a diatonic scale, one note below the upper tonic.
subtopic a subdivision of a larger topic.
subtotal the sum of part of a series or part of a column of numbers. [2 definitions]
subtract to deduct or take away from a whole or larger quantity, esp. to deduct (one number amount) from another. [2 definitions]
subtraction the act or process, or an instance, of subtracting. [2 definitions]
subtrahend that which is subtracted mathematically; number or quantity taken away in subtraction. (Cf. minuend.)
subtreasury a subordinate or secondary treasury; branch of a treasury.
subtrend combined form of trend.
subtribe combined form of tribe.