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subscribe to pledge, pay, or contribute a sum of money for a specified purpose. [7 definitions]
subscript written or printed below. [2 definitions]
subscription a contract to receive a specified number of issues of a publication or tickets to a series of events, usu. paid for in advance. [3 definitions]
subsea combined form of sea.
subsecretary combined form of secretary.
subsection a subdivision of any of the sections of something, esp. a document or other written work.
subsector combined form of sector.
subsegment combined form of segment.
subseizure combined form of seizure.
subsense combined form of sense.
subsentence combined form of sentence.
subsequent coming or happening after; following.
subsequently at a time following some prior time or event; afterwards.
subseries combined form of series.
subserve to be useful in attempting to achieve (a purpose or goal).
subservience obedience to those in positions above one. [2 definitions]
subservient excessively submissive. [2 definitions]
subset a mathematical set composed of elements contained within a given set.
subside to decrease or abate, as noise, emotion, or the like. [3 definitions]
subsidence the process of sinking to a lower level or to the bottom.
subsidiary assisting or supplementing. [5 definitions]