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Sentence count:84+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-07Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: subscribesubscriberscribeascribedescribeprescribetranscribebribeMeaning: v. receive or obtain by regular payment. 
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1. You can subscribe to the magazine for as little as $32 a year.
2. I heartily subscribe to that sentiment.
3. I will not subscribe to popular fallacies.
4. I couldn't subscribe to his views.
5. Subscribe to the contract, please.
6. Which journals does the library subscribe to?
7. Which journal do you subscribe to?
8. I will subscribe to your decision.
9. Who's the first man to subscribe to the Declaration of Independence?
10. Do you think they would subscribe to such harsh terms?
11. The authorities no longer subscribe to the view that disabled people are unsuitable as teachers.
12. Do you subscribe to her pessimistic view of the state of the economy?
13. Organizations do not all subscribe to the marketing concept.
14. What newspaper do you subscribe to?
15. Most of those companies also subscribe to the services.
16. I subscribe to having as much information as possible available at any given time.
17. No lover of our Constitution would subscribe to a policy of putting judges in the hip pockets of politicians.
18. Economists rarely subscribe to the value judgement of whole-scale paternalism.
19. That also applies to those who subscribe to an online service and have outgrown it.
20. It is possible to subscribe to an updating service[], but adopting your own scheme is perfectly adequate and is not expensive.
21. They subscribe to it not for reasons of caprice, but because eminent judicial authority has reiterated the notion over the years.
22. If you want to read discussions on the latest films, subscribe to a newsgroup.
23. The medical students, in entering a traditionally conservative profession, were obliged to subscribe to conventionally repressive attitudes.
24. Obviously I am-as the Linux jargon goes-a newbie, but I will now subscribe to your magazine.
25. The Dickensian workhouse mentality still exists, but you don't need to subscribe to it.
26. We live in a world where most people still subscribe to the belief that shame is a good tool for keeping people in line. Not only is this wrong, but it’s dangerous. Shame is highly correlated with addiction, violence, aggression, depression, eating disorders, and bullying. to.html Brene Brown 
27. It must be said, however, that this is a nightmare scenario which the Government does not subscribe to.
28. Which is why we're offering all our readers a chance to subscribe to New Scientist.
29. At very best, any particular religion can be normative or valid only for those who happen to subscribe to it.
30. Invariably, these family definitions, whatever their content, are construed as positive by those that subscribe to them.
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