|subordinate clause||dependent clause|
|(Grammar) conditional clause; conditional mood, conjunction, or verb form, dependent on something else being done, describing series of numbers, limited, dependent on something else; containing a limitation, stating a condition or limitation, true only...||conditional|
|(Informal) substitute; submarine; subordinate; sublieutenant, a substitute, pref. under, beneath, below; secondary, subordinate; indicating that an ingredient in a compound is present in only a small proportion (Chemistry), prep. under, replace, act as...||sub|
|(Linguistics) rhetorical repetition of the last word of a clause at the beginning of next clause, repetition for effect||anadiplosis|
|act of subordinating; state of being inferior to, state of being secondary in importance; subjugation, state of being under the authority of another, relegation to a secondary position, status of subordinate clause||subordination|
|action taken to prepare, food and other supplies, legal clause stating condition, provide somebody with supplies, something provided, supply with stock, equip with supplies (esp. food), stock; act of supplying or furnishing; measure, means; food; condi...||provision|
|additional clause to bill, additional comment, person or thing which who rides; addition or appendix to a document, sliding adjustment, somebody on horse or bike, something resting on or strengthening something, thin seam||rider|
|agreement for free service, assign colony to a nation, authoritative order, command, order; authorization granted from one body to a subordinate body; commission granted to a country to administer the affairs of a territory; mandated territory; order f...||mandate|
|amusing eccentric person, card bearing picture of jester, disabling clause, one who jokes, jester; one of two extra playing cards in a deck of cards, teller or player of jokes, thoughtless or inconsiderate person||joker|
|antecedent clause, assumption, explanation which gives a reason for observed phenomena, theory (especially in the sciences); supposition, theory needing investigation||hypothesis|
|aperture, narrow hole or opening in a wall (especially one through which weapons may be fired); means of escape; ambiguous clause in a contract or law by which responsibility may be evaded, gap in law, make loopholes in wall, slit in wall||loophole|
|assistant secretary, subordinate of a secretary of state||undersecretary|
|assistant to the manager; subordinate division; subordinate heading or title||subhead|
|assumption for the sake of argument, bract supporting grass flower, glossary word, helping theory, subordinate proposition (Mathematics); headword, word that is explained or clarified, subject heading||lemma|
|at the time that, because, conj. compared to -, to the extent of -, despite, emphasizes amounts, in the same way that, in the way that, introduces clause, like, similarly, time when, used for comparison, what||as|
|attractive or selling quality, emphasizing a following clause, indicating a crisis, indicating a description of an experience, indicating a particular situation, indicating a point of view, indicating something reported, indicating time, indicating wea...||it|
|belief that beauty is the primary standard (with other standards being subordinate); excessive devotion to the arts; 19th-century art movement characterized by a quest for beauty||estheticism|
|belief that beauty is the primary standard (with other standards being subordinate); excessive devotion to the arts; movement in art characterized by interest in classical art forms||aestheticism|
|below a calyx, between Earth and Sun, lower in body, lower in standing, lower ranking person, mediocre, not as good, person who ranks lower than another, subordinate, printed below the line, of low rank; of lesser importance; near the bottom; poor in q...||inferior|
|bequeathing property, pass on property, plan, invent; bequeath property through a will, property bequeathed, think up, will clause bequeathing property||devise|
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