Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Slave-dealing; the buying and selling of slaves.

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  • verb Present participle of slave.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • a sight more of a rascal than you ever dreamed on! and this snapping of you up by Injun deviltry, that you think so hard of, is but a small part of my misdoings: I've been slaving agin you this sixteen years, more of less, _slaving_ (that's the word, for I made a niggur of myself) to rob you of these here very lands that I'm now thinking of helping you to!

    Nick of the Woods

  • I recall slaving with the multiplication tables in grade school; it's one of my earliest memories of school and it's one of the most unpleasant memories of school.

    Multiplication is not repeated addition

  • If the idea of slaving away in the kitchen all day next Thursday doesn't appeal to you, then now's the time to make your reservation at one of these

    About.com New York: Brooklyn

  • Accordingly, in a business such as slaving it is not unusual that the female slaver sooner or later, in one way or another finds the collar on her own throat.

    Cinnamon Roll

  • This 'slaving' Muslim woman Bibi is morally judged by BBC's Ms. Clegg by only referring to Muslim opinions.

    Redefining "ordinary" for the 21st Century

  • This 'slaving' Muslim woman Bibi is morally judged by BBC's Ms. Clegg by only referring to Muslim opinions.

    Redefining "ordinary" for the 21st Century

  • This is not an ideal hour, too, as you are probably aware, for the practice of activities such as slaving, raping, capturing and such.

    Mercenaries Of Gor

  • What's wrong with 'slaving' under the highest standard of living in the world?

    With Friends Like These

  • What's wrong with 'slaving' under the highest standard of living in the world?

    With Friends Like These...

  • What's wrong with 'slaving' under the highest standard of living in the world?

    With Friends Like These...

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