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  • adjective Bound as a serf; having the condition of a serf.

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Examples

  • 'Few Americans realize that over the last 94 years they have been enserfed', Paul Craig Roberts wrote.

    The Swimming Naked Prophecy

  • Few Americans realize that over the last 94 years they have been enserfed and have no more rights to their own labor than medieval serfs or 19th century slaves.

    94 Years of Serfdom

  • When we say that a peasant was enserfed, we mean that he owed a certain amount of his working time to the state.

    Archive 2008-04-06

  • But as Muscovy grew more powerful, it enserfed ever greater numbers of peasants, entrenching misery throughout its population.

    Russia's Holy Warriors

  • But as Muscovy grew more powerful, it enserfed ever greater numbers of peasants, entrenching misery throughout its population.

    Russia's Holy Warriors

  • But as Muscovy grew more powerful, it enserfed ever greater numbers of peasants, entrenching misery throughout its population.

    Russia's Holy Warriors

  • Czecho-Slovaks, appeared in modern times as a nation which had lost its native nobility and had been reduced to a disarmed, untutored, and enserfed peasantry.

    The Russian Revolution; the Jugo-Slav Movement

  • However, the new German nobility enserfed the indigenous people and accorded them only limited trading and property rights.

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  • Public sector is what keeps us all from being enserfed to distant foreign monopoly holding co's that are increasingly coming to dominate every industry.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • However, the new German nobility enserfed the indigenous people and accorded them only limited trading and property rights.

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