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subjection (n.)

late 14c., "obedience, submission; servitude, bondage; lordship, control," from Anglo-French subjectioun, Old French subjection "submission; subjugation; inferior condition; captivity" (12c., Modern French sujétion), from Latin subjectionem (nominative subjectio) "a putting under," noun of action from past participle stem of subicere (see subject (n.)).

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Definitions of subjection from WordNet

subjection (n.)
forced submission to control by others;
Synonyms: subjugation
subjection (n.)
the act of conquering;
Synonyms: conquest / conquering / subjugation
From wordnet.princeton.edu