- Help to further or promote: officers are appointed to subserve their own profit and convenienceMore example sentences
- Thus his adhesion to the doctrine of the class war involves his opposition to all measures subserving the interest of any section of capitalism.
- He would be expected to subserve American interests in return.
- The government seems to have been privatised; its instruments have to subserve party interests.
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