How To Use Serfhood In A Sentence
This man was a Socialist, and since an Anarchist; yet his highest idea for woman was serfhood to husband and children, in the present mockery called “home.”
Ladies and gentlemen, the Libertarian Party candidate for the President of the United States of America
They clung to it amid sufferings too shocking to dwell on;  they clung to it under such a serfhood as made the rapacity of their conquerors interested in retaining them on the soil.
Thomas Davis, Selections from his Prose and Poetry
Though separated, Marisol and Wena are united by memory of their mother and a dream of freeing oneself from serfhood to take up an independent pettybourgeois life - the dream of millions.
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