exploitation

[ ek-sploi-tey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF exploitation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPLOITATION

But, as we have seen, exploitation is an institution of men, not of nature.

Real philanthropy is as inconsistent with exploitation as with cannibalism.

The child should not be allowed to become an object for exploitation by its parents.

Mr. Kron continued his exploitation of the combination calendar and beauty-box.

And John came, and paid for his exploitation of genius heavily.

This is the land for the adventure, for the exploitation, nicht wahr?

But against this exploitation the unions have ever been absolutely powerless.

Is it his statement of the extent to which labor is exploited, or the fact of the exploitation?

To do away with that exploitation social ownership and control is proposed.

This in the United States of America,—the fruit of exploitation.

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