inferiority (part of speech: noun)
subordination (part of speech: noun)
servility (part of speech: noun)
If unity in the literal representation of the stage is necessary, and cannot be won without great subordination,
how much more is this needful in the presentation of a monologue, where the appeal is to the mind, and people are supposed to use not their eye, but their imagination, and even to supply a listener.
- "Browning and the Dramatic Monologue", S. S. Curry.
D. Upside- down Subordination
In the following sentences the important idea is buried in a subordinate clause or phrase.
- "The Century Handbook of Writing", Garland Greever Easley S. Jones.
They were ignorant, in those barbarous ages, of the art of distant government, the art of establishing over extensive territories an energetic system of unity, subordination,
- "The Power Of The Popes", Pierre Claude François Daunou.