bondage

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  • He soon discovered a group of men who were also held in bondage.
  • Canada, he believed, should stand four square against the whole system of human bondage. Cited from The Journal of Negro History, Volume 4, 1919, by Various
  • It will help every individual to break himself free from his own bondage in his own way.
  • He comes face to face with the slaves his empire has long sold into bondage.
  • He is released from his bondage and returned to his own body.
  • The head may be pulled back in some way, such as in head bondage.
  • The Constitution provides that no person shall be held in bondage of any kind.
  • When shall I be free from the bondage of the material world?
  • At age four, he was sold into bondage by his family.
  • But, persons already held in bondage stayed in that status for some time.
  • They found difficulties in making some versions, without him appearing to look into bondage.
  • Children could also be sold into debt bondage, which was sometimes ordered by a court of law.
  • Women can receive false marriage proposals from men who plan to sell them into bondage.
  • This position is easy to hold and allows a safe and very secure bondage.
  • If she insisted on leaving the house he was willing to free her from bondage.
  • You have not come to suffer; rather, you have come to escape your bondage.
  • On returning from the US, Bondage announced that she was leaving the band.
  • In the same year he became editor in chief of the German Bondage Magazine.
  • She grew tobacco on her plantation to free her remaining children still in bondage.
  • During this term of bondage the servant had a status similar to a son of the master.
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Words starting with bondage

Meaning of bondage

  • noun The state of being under the control of a force or influence or abstract power
    he was in bondage to fear:, he sought release from his bondage to Satan, a self freed from the bondage of time
  • noun The state of being under the control of another person
  • noun Sexual practice that involves physically restraining (by cords or handcuffs) one of the partners