subordinary

subordinary

(sʌbˈɔːdɪnərɪ; -dɪnrɪ)
n, pl -naries
(Heraldry) any of several heraldic bearings of secondary importance to the ordinary, such as the lozenge, the orle, and the fret
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Their mutual arrangement, their outline and subordinary structural features (faults, shear zones) indicate that they all could develop as conjugated structures over a regional strike-slip discontinuity.
Frederick the Great scored 70 and 51 with the bat, took 4-96 with the ball and his captaincy was faultless, but England extended their barren run to six Tests without a win because too many of his subordinates turned in subordinary performances.
To be good is to give everything to one's work that is givable, with nothing left over but the ordinary or subordinary person.