A person who is the property of another person and whose labor and also whose life often is subject to the owner's volition. (noun)
A person who is legally obliged by prior contract (oral or written) to work for another, with contractually limited rights to bargain; an indentured servant. (noun)
A person who is forced against his/her will to perform, for another person or other persons, sexual acts or other personal services on a regular or continuing basis. (noun)
A device that is controlled by another device. (noun)
To work hard. (verb)
To enslave. (verb)
Examples of word slave
Neither a slave nor a free colored person can be a witness against any _white_, or free person, in a court of justice, however atrocious may have been the crimes they have seen him commit, if such testimony would be for the benefit of a _slave_; but they may give testimony
It was said that national crimes can only be, and frequently are, punished in this world by _national punishments_, and that the continuance of the slave trade, and thus giving it a national character, sanction, and encouragement, ought to be considered as justly exposing us to the displeasure and vengeance of him who is equally the Lord of all, and who views with equal eye the poor _African slave_ and his _American master!
"He (the slave) only knows his master as lawgiver and executioner, and the _sole object of punishment_ held up to his view, is to make him _a more obedient and profitable slave_."
As he resolves, and breaks his resolutions; as he finds evil thoughts and feelings continually coming up from the deep places of his heart; he discovers his spiritual impotence, -- his lack of control over what is deepest, most intimate, and most fundamental in his own character, -- and cries out: "I _am_ a slave, I am a _slave_ to myself."
And all this is necessary; it is necessary to resort to these cruelties, in order to _make the slave a slave_, and to _keep him a slave_.