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1‘a plot to subvert the state’
destabilize, unsettle, overthrow, overturn
bring down, bring about the downfall of, topple, depose, oust, supplant, unseat, dethrone, disestablish, dissolve
disrupt, wreak havoc on, sabotage, ruin, upset, destroy, annihilate, demolish, wreck, undo, undermine, undercut, weaken, impair, damage
2‘he tried to subvert the minds of innocent teenagers’
corrupt, pervert, warp, deprave, defile, debase, distort, contaminate, poison, embitter
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