from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. one who traffics in slaves.
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- n. a person engaged in slave trade
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McGrab was the name of the very slave trader by whom my wife and child had been purchased and transported to Augusta, and it was as his property that my agent formerly employed in that business had obtained the last trace of them.
A short time later, far from throwing in his lot with the secessionists, the pirate king Jean Lafitte a man without a country and a smuggler and slave trader showed himself to be nevertheless a great patriot and a true believer in the American idea.
Benjamin O. Shekels, a slave trader of seventeen years, standing, and his former partner.
“I used to be the Sacker of Cities, a slave trader and a reaver.