In Subordination

Pronunciation of In Subordination
/ɪn sˌʌbɔːdɪnˈe͡ɪʃən/, /ɪn sˌʌbɔːdɪnˈe‍ɪʃən/, /ɪ_n s_ˌʌ_b_ɔː_d_ɪ_n_ˈeɪ_ʃ_ə_n/

Synonyms for in subordination:

contumacy (noun)


defiance (noun)

affront, audacity, back talk, boldness, bravado, brazenness, call, cartel, challenge, command, confrontation, contempt, contrariness, contumacy, dare, defy, effrontery, gas, guts, hot air, impudence, insolence, insubordination, insurgency, intractableness, lip, muster, opposition, order, perversity, provocation, rebelliousness, recalcitrance, sass, spite, stump, summons, temerity, unruliness, Impugnment, Insurgence, enjoinder, Factiousness, throwing of the gauntlet, big talk.

disobedience (noun)

infraction, neglect, refractoriness, sedition, strike, stubbornness, transgression, violation, Insubmission, waywardness.

indocility (noun)

disorderliness, fractiousness, intractability, obstinacy, obstreperousness, wildness, obstinateness, ungovernableness, uncontrollability, uncontrollableness, unmanageability, untowardness.

insolence (noun)

abuse, arrogance, brass, cheek, chutzpah, contumely, gall, guff, hardihood, impertinence, incivility, offensiveness, pertness, presumption, rudeness, sauce, Uncivility, Contemptuousness.

insubordination (noun)

defiance, dereliction, disregard, dissension, indiscipline, infringement, insurrection, mutiny, noncompliance, nonobservance, rebellion, revolt, revolution, riot, sabotage, noncooperation.

intractability (noun)


misbehavior (noun)

fault, immorality, impropriety, mischief, misconduct, misdeed, misdemeanor, naughtiness, wrongdoing, Misdoing, monkey business, shenanigans, acting up.

misdoing (noun)


mutiny (noun)

disobedience, rising, uprising, refusal to obey.

nonconformity (noun)

breach, denial, disaffection, disagreement, disapprobation, disapproval, discordance, dissent, eccentricity, exception, heresy, heterodoxy, iconoclasm, lawlessness, negation, nonacceptance, objection, originality, recusancy, rejection, strangeness, unconventionality, uniqueness, unorthodoxy, veto, Bohemianism, nonagreement, Contumaciousness, Mutinousness, nonconsent, recusance, transgressiveness.

rebellion (noun)

apostasy, nonconformity, schism.

recalcitrance (noun)


revolution (noun)

anarchy, bloodshed, cabal, coup, crime, debacle, destruction, disorder, foment, innovation, metamorphosis, outbreak, overthrow, overturn, plot, reformation, reversal, row, shift, strife, subversion, transformation, tumult, turbulence, turmoil, turnover, unrest, upheaval, uproar, upset, violence, golpe, guerrilla activity, radical change, shake-up, underground activity, coup d'état.

sedition (noun)

agitation, treason.

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