Definition of 'enslave'
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People can become enslaved by fashion when they should be having fun with it.. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But they did not turn turtle in vain: they hatched a monster that has enslaved millions of people. Times, Sunday Times (2013)One dark day a new people appeared, warriors who thundered down on horseback and killed or enslaved the peaceful farmers. A Time of War (1993)Where its enslaved people were presumably told it dived triumphantly into the ocean on its way to explore the centre of the Earth. The Sun (2012)You are an enslaved African in America. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We call them enslaved Africans. Times, Sunday Times (2008)India has the highest total of enslaved people, with 14million. The Sun (2013)Local legend has it that indigenous people took refuge there from Spanish explorers, who often enslaved the people they encountered and who carried deadly diseases. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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