Friday, 29 December 2017



-noun [ˈsʌbdʒɪkt ]
1. the predominant theme or topic, as of a book, discussion, etc
2. any branch of learning considered as a course of study
3. (grammar, logic) a word, phrase, or formal expression about which something is predicated or stated in a sentence
4. a person or thing that undergoes experiment, analysis, treatment, etc
5. a person who lives under the rule of a monarch, government, etc
6. an object, figure, scene, etc, as selected by an artist or photographer for representation
7. (philosophy)
a. that which thinks or feels as opposed to the object of thinking and feeling; the self or the mind
b. a substance as opposed to its attributes
8. Also called: theme music . a melodic or thematic phrase used as the principal motif of a fugue, the basis from which the musical material is derived in a sonata-form movement, or the recurrent figure in a rondo
9. (logic)
a. the term of a categorial statement of which something is predicated
b. the reference or denotation of the subject term of a statement.
10. an originating motive
-adj. [ˈsʌbdʒɪkt ] (usually postpositive; and followed by “to”)
11. being under the power or sovereignty of a ruler, government, etc
12. showing a tendency (towards)
13. exposed or vulnerable
14. conditional upon
-verb [səbˈdʒɛkt ] (trans.)
15. (followed by “to”) to cause to undergo the application (of)
16. (often passive; followed by “to”) to expose or render vulnerable or liable (to some experience)
17. (followed by “to”) to bring under the control or authority (of)
18. (rare) . to subdue or subjugate
19. (rare) . to present for consideration; submit
20. (obsolete) . to place below

A trenchant winter
Subjects the scenery
To death by multiple cuts

Of bitter and hypenemious gales

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