Definition of Beslaved

1. Verb. (past of beslave) ¹



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Definition of Beslaved

1. filled with slaves [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Beslaved

besings
besique
besit
besits
besitting
beskirt
beskirted
beskirting
beskirts
beslabber
beslabbered
beslabbering
beslabbers
beslap
beslave
beslaved (current term)
beslaver
beslavered
beslavering
beslavers
beslaves
beslaving
besleep
besleeve
beslime
beslimed
beslimes
besliming
beslippered
beslobber

Literary usage of Beslaved

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1. Memoir of the State of Bahia by Arquivo Público do Estado da Bahia, Francisco Vicente Vianna, José Carlos Ferreira (1893)
"The former had from the first limes beslaved in all manners a great deal of aboriginals, for they needed workmen for the cultivation of their lands, ..."

2. Stuart Tracts, 1603-1693 by Charles H (Sir) Firth (1903)
"And thus the Common wealth may conquered be, The Church deflowered, beslaved our Liberty, Without all bloodshed ; under the pretence Of Peace, Religion, ..."

3. An English Garner: Ingatherings from Our History & Literature by Edward Arber (1895)
"And thus the Common wealth may conquered be, The Church deflowered, beslaved our Liberty, Without all bloodshed ; under the pretence Of Peace, Religion, ..."

4. Judgment and Mercy for Afflicted Souls: Or, Meditations, Soliloquies, and by Francis Quarles, Ursula Quarles, Thomas Frognall Dibdin (1813)
"O my soul, how, how hast thou beslaved thyself, and lost that freedom, without the enjoyment whereof thou art utterly lost? Thou hast lost the Father that ..."

5. The Works of the Right Reverend Joseph Hall by Joseph Hall, Philip Wynter (1863)
"How long will ye suffer yourselves to be befooled and beslaved with the tyranny of superstition ? God hath made you men, why will ye abide men to make you ..."

6. Emblems, Divine and Moral: The School of the Heart; and Hieroglyphics of the by Francis Quarles, William Walker Wilkins (1866)
"... inexcusable : for my will, that was free, beslaved itself to sin, by assenting to sin ; for he that committeth sin, is the servant to sin. EPIG. 4. ..."

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