Definition of enslave:
capture, enfranchise, yoke, slave trade, tie down, infringe, circumscribe, put in irons, abolitionist, imprison, chain, suppress, oppress, fetter, bend to the yoke, disfranchise, check, dominate, limit, make a slave of, hobble, pen in, hamper, coerce, control, tie, free, subdue, reduce to slavery, tether, servitude, hold, clap in irons, restrict, secure, hold in bondage, take captive, slave, enchain, bondage, immure, freeborn, fence in, indenture, restrain, compel, slavery, hold under, bend to the plow, shackle, confine, slaver, incarcerate.
They answered, that I must not blame them for being jealous of all Christians, as the Portuguese and Hollanders had done exactly like me for many years, but were now obviously determined to enslave their country.- "A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Vol. VIII.", Robert Kerr.
I would say, then, take care that even with these things, these necessary arts of life, you preserve your independence, that even if to some degree they may confine your body they do not enslave your mind.- "Pagan & Christian Creeds Their Origin and Meaning", Edward Carpenter.
- "The Jonathan Papers", Elisabeth Woodbridge Morris.