quash, reduce, vanquish, quell, subvert, restrain, subdue


: The army quashed the rebellion.

*: Contrition is apt to quash or allay all worldly grief.

*: The whales / Against sharp rocks, like reeling vessels, quashed, / Though huge as mountains, are in pieces dashed.

*: Neither [Jones]... nor I (in 1966) could conceive of reducing our "science" to the ultimate absurdity of reading Finnish newspapers almost a century and a half old in order to establish "priority."

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*: They ... vanquished the rebels in all encounters.

*: This bold assertion has been fully vanquished in a late reply to the Bishop of Meauxs treatise.

: rfquotek|Spenser

*: The nation obeyed the call, rallied round the sovereign, and enabled him to quell the disaffected minority.

*: Northward marching to quell the sudden revolt.

: to quell grief

: to quell the tumult of the soul

*: Winters wrath begins to quell.

*: Yet he did quake and quaver, like to quell.

*: The quell of the rebellion raised Justinian to the acme of power.

*: Hu had been supportive of Chiang&

*: The consequences have not been significant in terms of the quell of any of the three drugs into the United States.

*: Each Martial Law was marked by the quell of civil liberties or human rights.

*: But to make things even worse, this is the year of the Seventy-fifth Hunger Games, and that means it&

*: An example can be found in the data about the campaigns of Aššur-b?n-apli against Arab tribes after the quell of the revolt of Šamaš-šumuk?n.

*: He ... razeth your cities, and subverts your towns.

*: This would subvert the principles of all knowledge.

: A dictator stays in power only as long as he manages to subvert the will of his people.

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