Definitions

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  • noun A girl who is a slave.

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Examples

  • "Your slavegirl is a Saxon?" he asked me, feeling the merchandise through Clotilde's loose robes.

    Up The Line

  • But when Ashur is offered a slavegirl as a reward for his work, he requests… Naevia.

    SPARTACUS: episode 12

  • In something that hadn't been mentioned yet, but could have been and should have, Lucretia has been deliberately keeping Naevia chaste so she can present somebody important with a virgin slavegirl, should she need to.

    SPARTACUS: episode 12

  • You failed to mention everyone's favorite green-skinned Orion slavegirl, Barbara Gordon!

    A Bevy of Blue (and Green) Babes

  • When Conan's partner in the deal falls for the slavegirl and wants to keep her for his own, Conan gets pissed and fights with him to continue using her as their pawn.

    John Seavey’s Storytelling Engines: Savage Sword of Conan | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • I am in theory feeling better now though, so I'm on AIM at least briefly, I'm catching up on journals, and if I can remember I'm going to reply to F.I. shortly - door decoration, dungeon decoration, slavegirl decoration, and a photo shoot all in the offing.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • I would have thee know that thy slavegirl Miriam saluteth thee, who longeth sore for thee; and this is her message to thee.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Directing the frustrations and hatred for an attacker into carefully disciplining my slavegirl helps HER by showing I care and taking care of some of her desire to get the pain out of her system, and it gives me something to lash out at and feel as if I'm helping to heal her and do some damage at the same time.

    stormtiger Diary Entry

  • Persian master and said to him, “The biddings for this thy slavegirl have reached nine hundred and fifty dinars: so say me, wilt thou sell her at that price and take the money?”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • What's more, at the beginning of Volume 2 there's a lengthy plot involving a slavegirl in which Conan's interest in her is strictly mercenary and involves a planned swindle in which she is a hapless pawn.

    John Seavey’s Storytelling Engines: Savage Sword of Conan | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

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