He emptied Himself, "taking the form of a servant," or bondslave.
Every spark of Terran life has become victim and bondslave of the incredible mechanisms.
He who had chosen the broad, daylit, unencumbered paths of universal scepticism, found himself still the bondslave of honour.
Painting in Spain was not so much the handmaid, as the bondslave, of the Church.
"He was a bondslave of the centurion of the band of legionaries on the quinquereme," said Ben Ezra.
Ye weave gold into your tunics, he had not even the vilest garment of your bondslave.
Bow, bondslave, before the throne of your despot's glorious heels so glistening in their proud erectness.
Hitherto I have been driven with revolt to what I would not; I was a bondslave to poverty, driven and scourged.
That her bondslave should have dared to dream of freedom was almost too preposterous for belief.