subjection (n.) Old form(s): subiection
duty as a subject, obedience
Cym IV.iii.19[First Lord to Cymbeline, of Pisanio] he ... shall perform / All parts of his subjection loyally
H5 IV.i.142[Williams to disguised King Henry, of the King] who to disobey were against all proportion of subjection
KJ V.vii.105[Bastard to Prince Henry] I do bequeath my faithful services / And true subjection everlastingly
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