Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To sell and make over to another.
  • To enslave; bind; restrict.
  • To emancipate.
  • Enslaved.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb obsolete To enslave; to bind; to restrict.

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  • verb obsolete To enslave

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  • Lithuania, they voluntarily mancipate and sell themselves, their wives and children to rich men, to avoid hunger and beggary;

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Courtesy e-mancipate. net, a large number of men are wearing hosiery under their clothes, for reasons ranging from comfort to health.

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  • Courtesy e-mancipate. net, a large number of men are wearing hosiery under their clothes, for reasons ranging from comfort to health.

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  • Courtesy e-mancipate. net, a large number of men are wearing hosiery under their clothes, for reasons ranging from comfort to health.

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  • Courtesy e-mancipate. net, a large number of men are wearing hosiery under their clothes, for reasons ranging from comfort to health.

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  • Courtesy e-mancipate. net, a large number of men are wearing hosiery under their clothes, for reasons ranging from comfort to health.

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  • Courtesy e-mancipate. net, a large number of men are wearing hosiery under their clothes, for reasons ranging from comfort to health.

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  • Courtesy e-mancipate. net, a large number of men are wearing hosiery under their clothes, for reasons ranging from comfort to health.

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  • The Britains otherwise called Welshmen, though for the more part of a peculiar hatred they did impugne the English nation, & the obseruance of the feast of Ester appointed by the whole catholike church, yet (both diuine and humane force vtterlie resisting them) they were not able in neither behalfe to atteine to their wished intentions, as they which though they were partlie frée, yet in some point remained still as thrall and mancipate to the subiection of the Englishmen: who (saith Beda) now in the acceptable time of peace and quietnesse, manie amongst them of

    Chronicles (1 of 6): The Historie of England (6 of 8) The Sixt Booke of the Historie of England

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