servitude

[ sur-vi-tood, -tyood ]SEE DEFINITION OF servitude

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SERVITUDE

Through what medium can the idea of servitude enter their minds?

And so may the temple fall with its deity of falsehood and servitude!

But it by no means follows that the domination of servitude must, or even can, be perpetual.

What wonder that we can live like masters, notwithstanding that servitude is not known in Freeland!

God help the Danes, if they have fallen into servitude among these blackguards!

"Death alone can enfranchise them from their servitude," has said Para-Brahma.

These villains did not buy themselves free of the marks of servitude.

Our servitude to particulars betrays into a hundred foolish expectations.

It savoured of servitude to his mind, and who was this same Pippo who aspired to be his master?

Beware of these men; for their friendship is nothing less than a servitude.'

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