subdued (adj.)
overcome, overwhelmed, subjugated
AC IV.xiv.74 [Antony to Eros, of himself in Rome] his face subdued / To penetrative shame
Oth I.iii.247 [Desdemona to Duke, of Othello] My heart's subdued / Even to the very quality of my lord
Oth V.ii.344 [Othello to Lodovico, of himself] one whose subdued eyes ... / Drop tears
Tem I.ii.490 [Ferdinand to himself, of Prospero] this man's threats / To whom I am subdued
TNK I.i.232 [Theseus to Queens] being sensually subdued, / We lose our human title