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subliterate combined form of literate.
sublunary characteristic of or pertaining to this world; earthly or mundane. [2 definitions]
submachine gun a lightweight short-barreled automatic or semiautomatic gun, using pistol ammunition, that is fired from the shoulder or hip.
submanager combined form of manager.
submarginal below the minimum requirement; unacceptable; substandard. [3 definitions]
submarine a seagoing vessel that can operate completely under water. [4 definitions]
submarine sandwich a large sandwich consisting of a long roll filled with a variable assortment of meats, cheeses, vegetables, and condiments; hero sandwich.
submarket combined form of market.
submaxillary of, pertaining to, or below the lower jaw. [2 definitions]
submaximal combined form of maximal.
submenu combined form of menu.
submerge to put or plunge under water or other fluid. [3 definitions]
submerse to submerge.
submersible capable of being submerged or functioning while submerged. [2 definitions]
submicroscopic too small to be seen through an ordinary microscope.
subminiature smaller than miniature; extremely small. [3 definitions]
subminimal combined form of minimal.
subminister combined form of minister.
submission the act or an instance of submitting. [4 definitions]
submissive inclined or obliged to submit; unresisting; obedient; docile.
submit to give up or yield (oneself) to the power, will, or authority of another. [7 definitions]