Recent Examples of enslave from the Web
This year marks the 200th birth anniversary of Frederick Douglass, the American abolitionist, statesman, orator and ambassador born enslaved on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Congo Square was where enslaved Africans and people of color were allowed to gather on Sundays.
This time, sword-wielding superhero Dani O’Malley is battling to save a postapocalyptic Dublin from a terrifying evil determined to enslave the human race.
As an adult, while still enslaved, he was tutored in the new faith of Islam by merchant Abu Bakr, a close associate of the prophet Muhammad.
Women who are the most fertile are prioritized, enslaved and placed in the most prominent households to be breeders.
Black Panther serves as a cautionary tale that freedom obtained by replicating systems of oppression does not liberate us but rather further enslaves us.
The conflict of the film lies in the gulf between the experiences of the Wakandans, who have been shielded from the world’s inequalities, and those who have been colonized, enslaved and oppressed.
Ideally, to weaken the feudal system that enslaved them.
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Definition of enslave for English Language Learners
: to make (someone) a slave
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