[ UK /ɛnslˈe‍ɪv/ ]
[ US /ɛnˈsɫeɪv/ ]
  1. make a slave of; bring into servitude
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How To Use enslave In A Sentence

  • Some feminists today debate whether women who dance around poles are liberated or enslaved, which is, to my mind (and to others), an updated version of the 1980s sex wars around which feminists of different stripes established their positions on porn," I tried. Deborah Siegel: Sex Wars Old and New
  • I support a troop's right to disobey his or her commanding officer, to desert, to subvert the system that enslaves him.
  • Many people are greatly enslaved by what we term ties of relationship. In Tune with the Infinite or, Fullness of Peace, Power, and Plenty
  • Dio Cassius can scarcely be mistaken when he says that Tyre and Sidon were "enslaved" -- i.e. deprived of freedom -- by Augustus, [14477] who must certainly have revoked the privilege originally granted by Pompey. History of Phoenicia
  • Pleasure seeking often enslaves people in a vicious cycle of addiction…
  • Augustine was a local boy who made good, a provincial from the southern edge of Fourth-Century Roman Africa, vain and enslaved to a fierce mother.
  • A pair of superb documentaries offers visitors to Harbourfront Centre's Beats, Breaks & Culture festival of electronic music a chance to geek out whenever they're not enslaved to rhythms elsewhere.
  • Thus, they intervened, not to control and enslave others but to enlighten , instruct, and liberate.
  • I prayerfully beseech you to seek help, and I assure you that your present enslavement to homosexuality can be remedied. Alberta judge rules anti-gay letter not hate speech, overturns ruling « Anglican Samizdat
  • A free person is enslaved neither to the sheer will of another nor to his own appetites and passions.
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