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A bondman's change from the tyranny of another to the despotism of himself.

I came a freeman into prison; I will not go forth a bondman.

You had proof of my faith in you when I became your bondman.

The blows were the stripes which the master inflicts upon his bondman.

Henceforth he was the bondman of grace, the celebrant of grace.

Have you signified to that master or owner your intention to be his bondman no longer?'

I had forgotten the state of the bondman, the condition of the expatriated African.

The giant kissed the sword, and passing under it became the bondman of the lad.

When I heard of it, I told the Governor it was a small boast in him to say he had conquered a bondman.

If he has a name, As soon as spoken, 'tis writ on my heart I am his bondman.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-13c., "husband, husbandman," from Middle English bond (see bondage) + man (n.). Later, "man in bondage, slave" (mid-14c.).

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