Definition of Bondages

1. bondage [n] - See also: bondage



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bondages

bond market
bond markets
bond paper
bond premium
bond premiums
bond rating
bond servant
bond trading
bondabilities
bondability
bondable
bondage suit
bondager
bondagers
bondages (current term)
bondar
bonded
bonded debt
bonded labor
bonded labors
bonded labour
bonded labours
bonder
bonderise
bonderize
bonders
bondholder
bondholders
bondholding

Literary usage of Bondages

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1. Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions by Robert South (1845)
""sluices of heaven, and § •f'^ Sin was the thing that ; Ja whole creation, and de- yfr. vines, bondages, dispersions, ^ V'^s so many comments upon fine ..."

2. Thy Kingdom Comeby Charles Taze Russell by Charles Taze Russell (2000)
"should expect to meet other attempts of the great adversary to bring him into other bondages, or to stumble him. The Lord permits these severe testings, ..."

3. Report of the Eighth International Geographic Congress, Held in the United (1905)
"748 B (VI 02), 781 (XII 02), 1263 (IX 03), 2459 (XII 02). bondages des ... bondages des vapeurs Goldfinch (1902, 1903), Instigator (1901, 1002, 1903), ..."

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