- From slave + -dom. (Wiktionary)
“It's an artistic revolution against the media, the corruption of arts and the control and slavedom of people.”
“And full respect on making the decision to skip slavedom and go for the writing full-time.”
“As I write, every fresh thunder of war and crash of victory is followed by murmurs of amazement at the enthusiastic receptions which the Union forces meet in most unexpected strongholds of the enemy, in the very heart of slavedom.”
“England should ever form a part of slavedom, slavery would be extended there, and slaves could be bought and sold in London.”
“Hitherto my ragged shirt, my rough leathern jerkin and open-kneed sailor's breeches had been a constant reminder of the poor, desperate rogue I had become, my wild hair and shaggy beard evidences of slavedom.”
“Her eyes were dull, her heart burned out, her hands gnarled with toil under the slavedom of a beast.”
“Destiny, in one of her most cruel and sarcastic jokes, had first elevated from the most degraded slavedom to more than imperial power, and then suddenly, as in a moment, had flung away her plaything, with utter scorn, to grinning infamy.”
“My mother was, unfortunately, numbered in the family of slavedom, belonging to one Mrs. Hannah Woodland, and according to the institution of slave law, I legally, or illegally, became her property.”
“If the preacher does not preach sound patriarchal doctrine he is either hunted out of slavedom or lynched within it.”
“He can only promise so much before it becomes obvious he intends slavedom for the American population to his puppet masters.”
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