enslave


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subjugate

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Synonyms for enslave

to make subservient or subordinate

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make a slave of

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To prove that point, McAfee has set up a demonstration for its clients where they actually create malware that can be used to enslave computers.
How, it is often asked, could Africans enslave other Africans and sell them into the slave trade?
One of PETA's examples is showing the similarities between how fairly recently in our country we enslave Blacks and how we enslave elephants today in circus acts.
She hacks into a slave headband to enslave Monkey and link them together - if she dies, he dies.
And we cannot morally excuse ourselves as if to say, "We did not do anything to enslave or otherwise oppress descendants of enslaved blacks in the U.
Karl Marx understood "free trade" better than the "free traders" of today when he said back in 1848: "When you place a free man in competition with a slave you enslave the free man.
The Dark Lord is now gathering his forces in another bid to enslave all of Middle-Earth, and is also searching for his lost ring, which he knows a hobbit possesses.
Equiano recounts that he is moved by his fellow's "artless tale," vaguely suggesting that he endorses the the ological perspective here, one that reinforces the way Christianity has frequently worked in concert with political systems that enslave and oppress by urging earthly patience and heavenly hope as a response to immediate injustice (110).
The author of this study asks two interlocking questions that have troubled historians for decades--namely, what made English colonizers and colonists think they could enslave West Africans and what prompted them to do so.