enslave[ en-sleyv ]SEE DEFINITION OF enslave
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENSLAVE
Men now-a-days are grown too wise to enslave themselves for women.
Europe may enslave Asia, because it is flattering: but Europe must not free Asia, because that is responsible.
And it's true, Kay: they've given up the attempt to enslave China.
Our souls they will not leave us, our bodies they enslave, they take our goods!
He had made himself helpless beyond his affliction, to enslave her better.
Some influences are tyrannous; they impose themselves, they dominate, they enslave.
A man who will enslave his own blood, may not be safely relied on for magnanimity.
Remove the antiquated restrictions that enslave our daily actions.
Time does not enslave them, for they do not trouble about it.
She comes, in an error, to avenge herself, and to enslave the blacks.