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- n. One that enslaves
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who enslaves.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which enslaves or reduces to bondage, either literal or figurative.
All this Rose saw and watched with the highest glee, -- finding her own little, quiet means of promoting such accidents, -- and rejoicing (as sisters will, where the enslaver is a friend) in the captivity of poor
Muslim women have the right to call their enslaver "husband."
George Steiner put these words in the mouth of Adolf Hitler: You call me a tyrant, an enslaver.
And it's easier said than done for divorce to be a move toward independence rather than an enslaver.
Wolf Larsen it was, always Wolf Larsen, enslaver and tormentor of men, a male Circe and these his swine, suffering brutes that grovelled before him and revolted only in drunkenness and in secrecy.
Praise for the political acumen of the enslaver, despite being a member of the oppressed class; an unfortunate result.
Anthony Neil Wedgwood Benn, 2nd Viscount Stansgate, is a long-serving and archetypal enslaver of the minds of the gullible and the young.
From a situation, indeed, which permitted an intercourse the most constant and unrestrained with such an object as Cecilia, nothing less could be expected, and therefore he considered his admiration as inevitable; all that remained to be discovered, was the reception it had met from his fair enslaver.
'Present me, I conjure thee, to the fair and amiable enslaver of my unhappy brother!
As reported in the Fort Myers News Press, after three years in federal prison and a five year suspension from agricultural labor contracting, the enslaver in this case, now works for a cherry tomato supplier for McDonald's Corporation.
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