enslaved

[ en-sleyv ]SEE DEFINITION OF enslaved

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It strives to seal forever the fate of those it has enslaved.

In the mind of Nicias, enslaved by the grossest superstition, there was no room for doubt.

But neither his heart nor his reason had ever again been enslaved by his passions.

Subject in her body, she was enslaved in mind and soul as well.

Men did evil deeds, and justified them to their own enslaved minds.

She spoke, and, at sound of her musical voice, Frank and Tommy were enslaved.

He had been enslaved with much less difficulty than yourself.

The people were enslaved for the aggrandizement and power of a foreign church and state.

Nay, more––she had won back his love and enslaved him as before.

Then, papa, everything was peaceful on Earth after the An-vils enslaved the humans?

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