Definition of servitude:
- A right whereby one thing is subject to another thing or person for use or convenience, contrary to the common right.
- Servants, collectively.
- The state of voluntary or compulsory subjection to a master; the condition of being bound to service; the condition of a slave; slavery; bondage; hence, a state of slavish dependence.
- servility (part of speech: noun)
" He told us," she declared, the recital lifting her voice into a tone that Carrados vowed to himself was wonderfully thrilling, " about this: He said that you were once in a sort of lonely underground cellar near the river with two desperate men whom you could send to penal servitude.- "Max Carrados", Ernest Bramah.
- "Jane Cable", George Barr McCutcheon.
- "Dawn of All", Robert Hugh Benson.