Definition of Subordinations

1. Noun. (plural of subordination) ¹



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Definition of Subordinations

1. subordination [n] - See also: subordination

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subordinations

subordinate-clause
subordinate clause
subordinate clauses
subordinate conjunction
subordinate word
subordinated
subordinately
subordinateness
subordinates
subordinating
subordinating(a)
subordinating-conjunction
subordinating conjunction
subordinating conjunctions
subordination
subordinations (current term)
subordinative
subordinator
subordinators
suborganization
suborn
subornation
subornation of perjury
subornations
subornative
suborned
suborner
suborners
suborning
suborns

Literary usage of Subordinations

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1. Arcana Cœlestia: The Heavenly Arcana Contained in the Holy Scriptures Or by Emanuel Swedenborg, Swedenborg Foundation (1878)
"... are subordinations, without which society would not cohere together: but the subordinations in heaven are altogether different from the subordinations ..."

2. The Works of Thomas Goodwin, D.D. by Thomas Goodwin (1865)
"If in a particular church Christ hath prescribed the several subordinations of proceedings, and set forth the degrees, bounds, and orders of them, ..."

3. Arcana cœlestia: or Heavenly mysteries contained in the sacred Scriptures by Emanuel Swedenborg (1866)
"But the subordinations in heaven are entirely different from the subordinations in ... But the subordinations in hell are the subordinations of command, ..."

4. Historical memorials relating to the Independents, or Congregationalists by Benjamin Hanbury (1841)
"If iu a particular church, Christ hath prescribed the several subordinations of proceedings, and set forth the degrees, bounds, and order of them ; then, ..."

5. The Works of John Owen by John Owen (1826)
"... various civil subordinations, according to the dignity of the places where they did bear rule; and preside, and in the military to generals, legates, ..."

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