Sub`al*ter"nate (?), a.

1.

Succeeding by turns; successive.

2.

Subordinate; subaltern; inferior.

All their subalternate and several kinds. Evelyn.

 

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Sub`al*ter"nate, n. Logic

A particular proposition, as opposed to a universal one. See Subaltern, 2.

 

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