Synonyms for Subject:
•at the mercy of; answerable (adjective)
collateral, subjugated, servile, liable, subaltern, governed, obedient, enslaved, dependent, conditional, vulnerable, controlled, ruled, under, slavish, submissive, contingent, inferior, susceptible, subservient, likely, subordinate, directed, prone.
below, under, dependent, subservient, second, lesser, subordinate, underling, junior, inferior.
enslaved, under, Subjected, supine, unfranchised, servile, subjugated, subservient, subordinate, enthralled, obedient, compliant, junior, deferent, constrained, dependent, bound, submissive.
n.citizenship, the body politic, birthright, countrywoman, controlled, directed, citizen, compatriot, ruled, community, aboriginal, subaltern, governed, countryman, citizenry, slavish. allophone, accusative, part, adjunct, collateral, over, cleft sentence, clause, allomorph, collocate, antecedent, article. Susceptive, legend, homage, prone, format, commission, cherub, susceptible, likely, vulnerable, flavor, aesthetic, liable, draftsmanship. contingent, Animal Rights, chromatography, empirical, detection, relative, conditional, detect, start, control, anatomize, double blind, reliant, dissect, conditioned, biopiracy. under guard, in thrall to, stranded, subject to something, answerable, marooned, under someone's control/influence/spell. realm, specialty, line, scene, territory. ground, referent, item. •communication (noun)
wording, phraseology, phrase, structure, object, formulation, form, syntax, qualifier, usage, language, conjugation, predicate, grammar.
•issue, matter (noun)
topic, problem, point, theme, object, idea, gist, theorem, text, thesis, motif, argument, question, item.
explanation, message, relevance, implication, gist, connotation, description, significance, indication, drift, crux, meaning, interpretation, upshot, thrust, intent, purpose, denotation, tenor, definition, pith.
•one under authority of another (noun)
deputy, junior, lieutenant, volunteer, flunky, menial, assistant, underling, help, auxiliary, hand, employee, henchman, helper, laborer, aide, serf, servant, pawn, helpmate, helping hand, chattel, vassal, subordinate, worker, agent, aide-de-camp, aid, peon.
consideration, inference, matter, idea, text, position, statement, question, hypothesis, opinion, theme, assertion, essay, query, argument, theorem, presumption, issue, assumption, thesis, postulation, paradigm, contention, premise, principle, motif, problem, axiom, basis, exposition, topic, dissertation, concept, point, belief, conjecture.
dominate, tame, govern, suppress, rule, restrain, lead captive, make subservient, Finlandize, hinder.
constrain, enthrall, bind, enslave, subjugate.
referent, subaltern, reliant. conditioned, vulnerable. contingent, relative, realm. collateral, prone. scene, territory. ground. •control