enslavement[ en-sleyv ]SEE DEFINITION OF enslavement
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENSLAVEMENT
He is no party to his own enslavement,—he is none to his disenthralment.
I execrate the enslavement of the mind of our young children by the ecclesiastics.
But ask the slave what is his condition—what his state of mind—what he thinks of enslavement?
The South had begun by agreeing reluctantly to the enslavement of men.
This enslavement was not to foreign rulers, but to those of their own blood.
Enslavement is part of the deliberate policy of the Germans in France.
We are considering the subject of the enslavement of the African race in this Republic.
His enslavement by it had made him understand it a lot better than they understood it.
The character and habits of the Uganda people seem to forbid their enslavement.
During the first year of their enslavement he kept like statistics.