Definition of Subversed
1. subverse [v] - See also: subverse
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subversed
Literary usage of Subversed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"The cosine is the base line from the angle to the sine. A sine-curve is a sinusoid; a subversed sine is the cosine ..."
2. The seasons by James Thomson (1825)
"Of pestilence, and every great distress; Empires subversed, when ruling Fate has struck The' unalterable hour: e'en Nature's self Is deem'd to totter on the ..."
3. The Century by Bim Sherman (1899)
"... Oxford from which he had come had entirely subversed the teachings of his boyhood. It was the Oif : in which, as he himself has put it, the s. of Newman ..."
4. The Poetical Works of James Thomson by James Thomson (1854)
"... Of pestilence, and every great distress; Empires subversed, when ruling fate has struck The unalterable hour : even Nature's self Is deem'd to totter on ..."
5. The Complete Poetical Works of James Thomson by James Thomson, James Logie Robertson (1908)
"... And tempest shaking autumn into chaff Till famine empty-handed starves the year, Of pestilence and every great distress, Empires subversed when ruling ..."
6. The Life and Letters of Sir Henry Wotton by Logan Pearsall Smith, Henry Wotton (1907)
"All which three points are subversed, for the said Don Francesco is not yet departed hence, &nd the Cardinal's lingering so long in Ferrara and upon the ..."