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Synonyms for enslave

to make subservient or subordinate

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Now in a second edition with a new introduction by author Jeffrey Rogers Hummel (Professor of Economics, San Jose State University) and a foreword by Civil War historian John Majewski, Emancipating Slaves, Enslaving Free Men: A History of the American Civil War offers an exhaustive overview of the American Civil War as well as a close examination of the war's impact upon American society.
Sailing to an ``empty'' island and enslaving its subhuman inhabitants was much on the minds of Shakespeare's contemporaries, and in case there's any doubt about the play's context, costume designer Jennifer Brawn Gittings (this show's true star) dresses the island spirits in woven New World masks.
Set in Oregon, THE PROTECTOR'S WAR tells of one former pilot Michael Havel's Bearkiller warriors and their struggle against a medieval scholar who rules the Protectorate--by enslaving civilians.
Say just one word to me, make one promise, / My lovely brunette with moles on her face / And those bewitching, enslaving eyes.
Their goal is to stop Sam's friend from Alcelstierre, Nicholas, from successfully excavating Orannis, a powerful Free Magic being with the intent of destroying the Old Kingdom and enslaving the spirits of the subsequent dead.
This transmogrification, which some mistake as emancipation, takes place through processes that are neither liberating or enriching, but depersonalizing, enslaving, self-destructive, preposterous, alienating, isolating, reductionistic.