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A person in BDSM who submits to a Dominant person. A submissive can be a slave and/or the bottom (the person being tied up or whipped, etc.).
Janet was a submissive in bed, but she knew how to stand up for herself when her boss tried to push her around.
by Aileen April 21, 2003
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"And no, don't change the subject. Because you're my favourite subject. My sweet, submissive subject. My loyal, royal subject.
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by King George IIII July 26, 2017
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A male/female who is sexually submissive to their Master/Dom by choice. The "GIFT" if submission is earned by respect it's not just given.
Safe, sane and consensual submissive.
Characterizes the acceptable play within the SM community: players adhere to safety precautions within their activities, do not participate in practices that will injure their partners (mentally or physically), and obtain consent by negotiating scenes and scene related activities before carrying them out.

by submissive_soul2000 April 03, 2006
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One who gives over their rights, their desires, and themselves to another. As a gift.
Of the two, Jane was the most submissive.
by Anonymous November 02, 2003
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Usually a girl in a sexual on going “relationship” without a title (girlfriend/boyfriend) willing to give their body to their dominant- the dominant is the controller, does whatever he/she wants to, to the submissives body during sex. (choking, hair pulling, smacking, holding the submissive down, very very rough sex.) the submissive has to listen to the dominant no matter what.
the submissives body is owned by the dominant in bed.
by sugarbabygirl May 10, 2018
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A person (male or female) who is part of the BDSM subculture, who takes part in a power exchange (partial or total) within a relationship. This doesn't have to be sexual- Dom/sub relationships can entirely exclude sex. The Dom (also known as a Top), takes control over the subs (or bottom) life; this can be in the form of dictating their diet, or what they wear, or more intimate things. The sub often wears a collar to show that they are owned by a Dom.
My Master told me not to drink any alcohol, so I obey him because I am his submissive.
by {bunneh}10Fold May 01, 2011
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