Insubjection In`sub*jec"tion, n. Lack of subjection or obedience; a state of disobedience, as to government. [1913 Webster]

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  • insubjection — in·subjection …   English syllables

  • insubjection — |in+ noun Etymology: in (I) + subjection : lack of subjection : a state of disobedience or opposition to authority (as of government) …   Useful english dictionary

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