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Subjection, the state of being a subject; service: “brought in s. her immortality, and made her thrall to living death,” Lucr. 724. (the horse) “proud of s., noble by the sway,” Compl. 108. “his majesty . . . to whom I am now in ward, evermore in s.” All's I, 1, 6. “to whom I do bequeath my faithful services and true s. everlastingly,” John V, 7, 105. “whom to disobey were against all proportion of s.” H5 IV, 1, 153. “I dare be bound he's true and shall perform all parts of his s. loyally,” Cymb. IV, 3, 19. “I'll tame you, I'll bring you in s.” Per. II, 5, 75.
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