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  • v. Present participle of slave.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

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


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  • 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!

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  • 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.

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  • 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 New York: Brooklyn

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

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

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

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  • This all reminds me of that commercial where the lady is "slaving" over a cool spatula to produce Rice Krispies treats for her family.

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  • We both agreed that after "slaving" in a hot kitchen the previous day, we deserved a little R&R:) TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at


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