Verb(1) make a slave of; bring into servitude
(1) The few humans on top have chosen to enslave the masses and keep them ignorant.(2) It was perfectly acceptable, or at least conceivable, to make war on, exterminate, or enslave colored people.(3) For example, my ancestors came to this country during the wave of mass immigration in the early part of the 1900s - they certainly didn't enslave anybody and neither did their ancestors.(4) Tyrants rise and enslave the spirit of freedom.(5) He had sworn when he was seven years old that no one would ever enslave him again.(6) It was given the freedom to enslave itself, not true freedom to develop.(7) Just as they are bond slaves to sin, so they seek to enslave us similarly.(8) Adams, the farmer's son who despised slavery and practiced the kind of personal economy and plain living commonly upheld as the American way, was scorned as an aristocrat who, if he could, would enslave the common people.(9) Why should we support religiously intolerant regimes that virtually enslave women and persecute nonbelievers to death?(10) No enslavement and no tyranny are as ruthless and as demanding as slavery to physical desires and passions.(11) Plato remarks in the Republic that the great liberator is also the great enslaver : and this was the hard political text learned by Romantic poets through most of Coleridge's lifetime.(12) Burning this important resource (on the farm or at the power plant) enslaves the farmer to a cycle of increasing fertiliser use and decreasing productivity.(13) He seems at this point to affirm the religious perspective of his enslavers : He condemns himself and assumes that he is unworthy, even as he prays for divine deliverance.(14) It can infuse vehemence and passion into spoken words in many ways, and when combined with argumentative passages it not only persuades the auditor but actually enslaves him.(15) They had believed in a governing philosophy which enslaved even as it proclaimed a transcendent freedom.(16) His fighters laid siege to a country's cities, starved and enslaved its people, and sowed its fields with mines.
(1) enslave :: verslaaf
1. subjugate ::
2. suppress ::
3. tyrannize ::
4. oppress ::
5. dominate ::
6. exploit ::
7. persecute ::
8. enthrall ::
9. bind ::
10. yoke ::
11. disenfranchise ::
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Those who survive,
we shall ENSLAVE once more.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 7
rape and ENSLAVE your women,
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 2
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