re-enslave

re-enslave

(ˌriːɪnˈsleɪv)
vb (tr)
to enslave again

re-enslave


Past participle: re-enslaved
Gerund: re-enslaving

Imperative
re-enslave
re-enslave
Present
I re-enslave
you re-enslave
he/she/it re-enslaves
we re-enslave
you re-enslave
they re-enslave
Preterite
I re-enslaved
you re-enslaved
he/she/it re-enslaved
we re-enslaved
you re-enslaved
they re-enslaved
Present Continuous
I am re-enslaving
you are re-enslaving
he/she/it is re-enslaving
we are re-enslaving
you are re-enslaving
they are re-enslaving
Present Perfect
I have re-enslaved
you have re-enslaved
he/she/it has re-enslaved
we have re-enslaved
you have re-enslaved
they have re-enslaved
Past Continuous
I was re-enslaving
you were re-enslaving
he/she/it was re-enslaving
we were re-enslaving
you were re-enslaving
they were re-enslaving
Past Perfect
I had re-enslaved
you had re-enslaved
he/she/it had re-enslaved
we had re-enslaved
you had re-enslaved
they had re-enslaved
Future
I will re-enslave
you will re-enslave
he/she/it will re-enslave
we will re-enslave
you will re-enslave
they will re-enslave
Future Perfect
I will have re-enslaved
you will have re-enslaved
he/she/it will have re-enslaved
we will have re-enslaved
you will have re-enslaved
they will have re-enslaved
Future Continuous
I will be re-enslaving
you will be re-enslaving
he/she/it will be re-enslaving
we will be re-enslaving
you will be re-enslaving
they will be re-enslaving
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been re-enslaving
you have been re-enslaving
he/she/it has been re-enslaving
we have been re-enslaving
you have been re-enslaving
they have been re-enslaving
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been re-enslaving
you will have been re-enslaving
he/she/it will have been re-enslaving
we will have been re-enslaving
you will have been re-enslaving
they will have been re-enslaving
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been re-enslaving
you had been re-enslaving
he/she/it had been re-enslaving
we had been re-enslaving
you had been re-enslaving
they had been re-enslaving
Conditional
I would re-enslave
you would re-enslave
he/she/it would re-enslave
we would re-enslave
you would re-enslave
they would re-enslave
Past Conditional
I would have re-enslaved
you would have re-enslaved
he/she/it would have re-enslaved
we would have re-enslaved
you would have re-enslaved
they would have re-enslaved
References in periodicals archive ?
Cassandra's fiance, Thomas Fowle, was part of Lord Craven's mission to re-enslave Haiti following the French loss of the colony after the slave rebellion that began in 1793.
The leasing act was again, free forced neo-slave labor intended to re-enslave erstwhile so-called "emancipated" Africans.
Why couldn't the city fathers build on the example of those modest, but exquisite facilities, rather than try to re-enslave the population to the crassness of the Thatcher/ Blair era?
However, as I read Rashi's comment here, especially in the light of his other comments which I shall cite, it seems that Pharaoh's act of preparing his own mount was but a first step in a series of acts intended to win the loyalty of his troops, whose mission was to attack and re-enslave or kill the Israelites.
If, he added a year later, "the people should, by whatever mode or means, make it an Executive duty to re-enslave such persons, another, and not I, must be their instrument to perform it.
The former president eloquently skewers both the federal government and President Martin Van Buren's administration, exposing their "monstrous" alliance with a Spanish government seeking to re-enslave the prisoners as hypocritical and inconsistent with basic American ideals.
As a citizen of one of the first independent black towns in America, Hurston clearly was attracted to this community of former slaves, who successfully resisted all attempts to re-enslave them.
to re-enslave the African-American people and proceed with the incredible robbery of 90% of southern lands by the 1870s
Brothers and sisters of the deceased challenged wills and instituted lawsuits to re-enslave individuals previously freed by estate executors.
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The letters found in a box under the house where the Ellisons once lived are enormously valuable, especially in recounting the racial tensions in Charleston on the eve of the Civil War, when workers and their allies tried to drive slaves from trades and re-enslave free blacks.
The text implicitly asks whether ex-slaves were also forced to re-enslave themselves to the values of white society, thus drawing attention to the ideological contradictions of Gronnisaw taking on the trappings of an English gentleman, or even of Douglass becoming a statesman for the abolition movement, a role whose political importance Douglass recognized but which he described as an enormous burden he took on reluctantly.