bondage into

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  • I spoke then as a man may who has been delivered from bondage into the arms of love. Cited from Seats Of The Mighty, by G. Parker, v3
  • Possibly she would come out of bondage into freedom -- who knows? Cited from Sister Carrie, by Theodore Dreiser
  • It is a bondage into which I would not sell myself. Cited from Love-at-Arms, by Rafael Sabatini
  • The redemptioners worked their way out of bondage into liberty. Cited from Strange True Stories of Louisiana, by George Washington Cable
  • And, raising his gun, with a good woman's adored name on his lips, he released his sorely tried heart from bondage into the unknown. Cited from Down the Mother Lode, by Vivia Hemphill
  • "So now you understand the bondage into which you are come in exchange for the bondage which in your own wantonness you dissolved." Cited from The Sea-Hawk, by Rafael Sabatini
  • The ignorant dread it because they do not analyze it; their lack of thoughtfulness makes them cowardly; for death is going out of bondage into liberty. Cited from How Deacon Tubman and Parson Whitney Kept New Year's, by W. H. H. Murray
  • They had by far the best opportunity which any of their race had been given in America to learn the white men's ways and to adjust the lines of their bondage into as pleasant places as might be. Cited from American Negro Slavery, by Ulrich Bonnell Phillips
  • But while Louis remained unconscious or careless of the new bondage into which he had thus fallen, the courtiers and the people were alike less blind and less forbearing. Cited from The Life of Marie de Medicis, Vol. 2 (of 3), by Julia Pardoe
  • It heard the voice of God in the tramp of these millions marching out of bondage into freedom, and in that voice it heard the call to itself, providentially prepared for the new era. Cited from American Missionary, Volume 43, No. 12, December, 1889, by Various
  • A great war for the emancipation of the colonies from the political bondage into which the British Parliament fain would precipitate them did not depreciate the market value of human flesh. Cited from History of the Negro Race, Vol 1, by George W. Williams
  • It was doubtless reserved for its severity to transform the hordes which had escaped bondage into a people worthy of the God who preferred them above the other nations of the earth. Cited from Joshua, by Georg Ebers, v5
  • But she could not venture to do this; and she felt that no one but John Saltram, in the character of her future husband, could release her from the state of bondage into which she had weakly suffered herself to fall. Cited from Fenton's Quest, by M. E. Braddon
  • I led you out of bondage into the freedom of the sons of God, not by the prescription of laws, but by the gift of heavenly and eternal blessings through Christ Jesus. Cited from Commentary on Galatians, Martin Luther
  • The bondage from which 'one of His brethren' might 'redeem' the Israelite was a voluntary bondage into which he had sold himself. Cited from Expositions/Scripture: Isaiah & Jeremiah, Maclaren
  • Under the brutal discipline of the "Aunt Katy" who had charge of the slaves who were still too young to labor in the fields, he early began to realize the hardships of his lot, and to rebel against the state of bondage into which he had been born. Cited from Stories from Life, Orison Swett Marden
  • He was not so drunken of the sea as she: he had not leapt out of bondage into buoyant waters, into a youth without a blot, without an aim, satisfied in tasting; the dream of the long felicity. Cited from Lord Ormont and his Aminta by Meredith, v5
  • We would not thrust brother Joseph down a well and sell him bodily, but -- but if he has scrambled out of a well of his own digging, and got out of his early bondage into renown and credit, at least we applaud him and respect him, and are proud of Joseph as a member of the family. Cited from The Newcomes, by William Makepeace Thackeray
  • There was a tinge of colour in her cheeks, for the air was fresh for Malta; her eyes were bright, her hair as usual had broken from bondage into little brown curls, all crisp and shining, on her forehead and neck, and her lips were parted as if they only waited for an excuse to break into a smile. Cited from The Heavenly Twins, by Madame Sarah Grand
  • In Italy, to be sure, the light of the Renaissance had its palpable shadow; in breaking away from the medieval bondage into the unhesitating enjoyment of all pleasure, the humanists too often overleaped all restraints and plunged into wild excess, often into mere sensuality. Cited from A History of English Literature, by R. H. Fletcher