Is subtract a scrabble word?

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Official Scrabble Players Dictionary YES

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- VERB:
- to take away, also SUBSTRACT
- take away (a number or amount) from another to calculate the difference
- take away (something) from something else so as to decrease the size, number, or amount
- take (one number or quantity) from another
- To withdraw, or take away, as a part from the whole; to deduct; as, subtract 5 from 9, and the remainder is 4.
- make a subtraction
- take off or away

- Henceforth that South-African contract depended merely upon his own ability to add, subtract, and multiply correctly.
- Subtract from the army of Louis Napoleon the heroes of Algeria, and you leave behind a body out of which the fiery soul has fled.
- Indeed, if subtract from it those miracles and teachings and other works performed in connection with the feasts, we should have only a few fragments left.
- Subtract this truth from another and you have a definite result.
- This number permits us to know whether it is necessary to add or subtract dioptries in order to allow him to read nearer by or farther off.
- If we add these two numbers, 12 and 17, together, and also subtract one from the other, we get the two answers that 29 or 5 was the radius, or half-diameter, of the table.
- The teacher can add or subtract as time or local conditions demand, and is earnestly exhorted so to do.
- Could we subtract the members one by one, there would be no intangible residuum after all the people and their lives had been taken away.
- In reckoning the happiness a man gives we must, of course, subtract the unhappiness he occasions.
- He learned the numerals in a few days, and by the fifth or sixth week of school he could add and subtract on his slate.
- The theologians did not now subtract a single iota from the legend.
- He could neither add nor subtract, nor could he write a single letter of the alphabet.
- Subtract this volume from the volume of hydrochloric acid.
- She has a story to tell, as Trollope would say, and knows how to tell it in such a way as to subtract from it every ounce of value.
- But even subtract humor and Dickens exhibits the master-hand in a fiction markedly of another than his wonted kind.
- Nothing now occurs to add or subtract to or from the principles or general purposes stated and expressed in those documents.
- Think of a number, multiply by four, subtract the Thirty-nine Articles, add a Sunday School and a packet of buns.
- If we subtract the 111 pounds of silica from 160 pounds of minerals in the straw and chaff, the difference between what are left and those in wheat, is not great.
- Subtract 35,000,000 miles next to Mars and 50,000,000 miles next to Jupiter, and there is left a zone 254,000,000 miles wide outside of which the asteroids never wander.

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