The action of making someone a slave; subjugation: the enslavement of millions of Africans
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- Only such a premise can legitimise the wholesale domination, enslavement or extermination of other peoples.
- Confronted now with the possibility of ridding the world of a tyrant, they opt for further enslavement of his subjects.
- No enslavement and no tyranny are as ruthless and as demanding as slavery to physical desires and passions.
subjugation, disenfranchisement, suppression, tyranny, subjection, oppression, domination, exploitation, persecution;
archaic enthralment, duress
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