slave

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  • Either way, he was a slave for at least part of his life.
  • The campaign had a different nature in the free states and the slave states.
  • New states admitted to the union in said territory would never be slave states.
  • Escaped slaves would move north along the route from one way station to the next.
  • Often slaves were used against one another in a circle marked on the floor.
  • On days off, slaves were expected to feed and take care of themselves.
  • Far more slaves were taken to South America than to the north.
  • It was originally developed as a port for the slave trade.
  • I believe that people from the mainland come here to take them as slaves.
  • Many of the men had been former domestic slaves in the South.
  • However, the lives of the former slaves changed very little.
  • Women, slaves, and children all participated in a range of religious activities.
  • A master may not claim a slave's property for himself.
  • Many freed slaves either created family names themselves or adopted the name of their former master.
  • The majority of those who held slaves had fewer than five each.
  • In addition, the newly arrived slaves added to the city's African population.
  • Slaves or characters of low standing speak much of the Greek.
  • A former slave's son also had a lower status, but higher than that of his parents.
  • Although, not all African-American slaves followed this new train of thought.
  • Indeed one of the alternative names for the region was the Slave Coast.
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Meaning of slave

  • noun A person who is owned by someone
  • noun Someone who works as hard as a slave
  • noun Someone entirely dominated by some influence or person
    a slave to fashion, a slave to cocaine, his mother was his abject slave
  • verb Work very hard, like a slave