vb. (en-third-person singular of: subsume)
Usage examples of "subsumes".
Thus a principle is an abstraction which subsumes a great number of concretes.
This subsumes that the ADL, long known for its spying and intelligence-gathering activities, had McVeigh under surveillance as well.
Since like subsumes like, the variates and intercongeles create a suprapullulation of all areas, qualities and internals into a crystorrhoid whorl, eventually exciting the ponentiation of a proubietal chute.
Stonebender's little boy Jacob now subsumes not only an alien, two time travelers, the greatert genius of his age, several dozen barflies, a talking dog, and a self-generated Turing-class artificial intelligence .
The computer subsumes every existing human computer network or database, in much the same way that a Ferrari Testarossa usually includes a good FM radio.
So that I was able to use the reaction energy from the explosion -- which you will have to agree subsumes in its total force any combination of life energies -- "
It is said that if ever one god subsumes all the others, truth will become single, and simple, and perfect, and the world will end in a burst of light.