enslaver


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en·slave

 (ĕn-slāv′)
tr.v. en·slaved, en·slav·ing, en·slaves
To make into or as if into a slave.

en·slave′ment n.
en·slav′er n.
References in classic literature ?
The reference,' proceeds Mortimer, 'which I suppose to be made by my honourable and fair enslaver opposite, is to the following circumstance.
And so ends the story to which my honourable and fair enslaver opposite referred.
It would undoubtedly have gone hard with Kit's face, but that the wary constable, foreseeing her design, drew him aside at the critical moment, and thus placed Mr Chuckster in circumstances of some jeopardy; for that gentleman happening to be next the object of Miss Brass's wrath; and rage being, like love and fortune, blind; was pounced upon by the fair enslaver, and had a false collar plucked up by the roots, and his hair very much dishevelled, before the exertions of the company could make her sensible of her mistake.
Wolf Larsen it was, always Wolf Larsen, enslaver and tormentor of men, a male Circe and these his swine, suffering brutes that grovelled before him and revolted only in drunkenness and in secrecy.
The devotion of Mr Sparkler was only to be equalled by the caprice and cruelty of his enslaver.
It's not fair to abuse my confidence,' I answered, reddening at the recollection of my blue enslaver.
Nickleby,' said Mr Mantalini in tears, 'you have been made a witness to this demnition cruelty, on the part of the demdest enslaver and captivator that never was, oh dem
The fat boy, with elephantine playfulness, stretched out his arms to ravish a kiss; but as it required no great agility to elude him, his fair enslaver had vanished before he closed them again; upon which the apathetic youth ate a pound or so of steak with a sentimental countenance, and fell fast asleep.
fortunate for the multitudes, in various parts of our republic, whose minds he has enlightened on the subject of slavery, and who have been melted to tears by his pathos, or roused to virtuous indignation by his stirring eloquence against the enslavers of men
What we're talking about with the runaway-slave ads," he says "is actions that were taken in the middle of slavery that broke the authority--even if just temporarily--of the enslaver and the whole system of power that that enslaver represents.
He's also been described as a looter, enslaver and destroyer of nations and cultures.
She also recommends replacing "pork" with "pig flesh," "beef" with "cow flesh," "beef producer" with "cattle enslaver," and so on.