Pronunciation of Sub-Altern
/sˈʌbˈɒltən/, /sˈʌbˈɒltən/, /s_ˈʌ_b_ˈɒ_l_t_ə_n/
Antonyms for sub-altern:
free, definite, master, chief, main, important, certain, unlikely, necessary, safe, first-rate, source, primary, sure, leader, irresponsible, unaccountable, vital, major, protected, independent, unsusceptible, first-class, boss, guarded, inapt, superior, manager, strong.
Synonyms for sub-altern:
casual, dinky, inconsequential, inconsiderable, lesser, light, minus, negligible, petty, piddling, slight, small, small-time, tacky, trifling, trivial, unimportant, younger, bush-league, two-bit, below the mark, small-fry.
accountable, apt, captive, collateral, conditional, contingent, controlled, dependent, directed, disposed, enslaved, exposed, governed, liable, likely, obedient, open, prone, provisional, ruled, secondary, sensitive, servile, slavish, sub, subjugated, submissive, subservient, susceptible, tentative, tributary, under, vulnerable, Substract, at one's feet, bound by, in danger of.