bondman


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a male bound to serve without wages

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a male slave

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The idea of treating a Hebrew bondman well is rooted in the utter rejection of everything associated with Egypt, referred to as beit avadim, a "house of slavery," when the Israelites are told to recall their experiences there.
If Caesar doesn't like it, he brutally says when the whipping is done, tell him he has Hipparchus, my bondman, whom he may at pleasure whip, or hang, or torture, as he shall like, to quit me.
My usual place between Dana Andrews and Michael Bondman became nonexistent.
Josephine Brown's 1856 Biography of an American Bondman gives the publication of her father's travelogue an important place in his development as a literary writer: "In 1852, Mr.
He told her that he planned to flee to Canada, which for many slaves and fugitive slaves symbolized the "only real Canaan of the American bondman.
The confidence of reason give; And in the light of truth thy Bondman let me live.