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Slaughters

ˈslɔː.tər

Meanings of Slaughters:

verb

Kill (animals) for food.

Usage examples:

At present the abattoir is slaughtering animals for the domestic market
noun

The killing of animals for food.

Usage examples:

Thousands of calves were exported to the continent for slaughter

Slav

slɑːv

Meanings of Slav:

noun

A member of a group of peoples in central and eastern europe speaking slavic languages.

Usage examples:

Greeks, italians, slavs, turks and russians all composed their own versions; they cannot possibly b…
adjective

Another term for slavic.

Slave

sleɪv

Meanings of Slave:

noun

A person who is forced to work for and obey another and is considered to be their property; an enslaved person.

Usage examples:

They kidnapped entire towns and turned the inhabitants into slaves
verb

(especially in the past) a person who is the legal property of another and is forced to obey them.

Usage examples:

They kidnapped entire towns and turned them into slaves

Slave-driver

ˈsleɪv ˌdraɪ.vər

Meanings of Slave-driver:

noun

A person who makes other people work very hard

Usage examples:

My boss is a real slave driver.

Meanings of Slaved:

verb

Work excessively hard.

Usage examples:

After slaving away for fourteen years all he gets is two thousand
noun

A person who is forced to work for and obey another and is considered to be their property; an enslaved person.

Usage examples:

They kidnapped entire towns and turned the inhabitants into slaves

Slaveholder

ˈsleɪvhəʊldə

Meanings of Slaveholder:

noun

A person who owned slaves.

Usage examples:

Other critics, north and south, blamed slavery for encouraging an aristocratic love of luxurious le…

Slaver

ˈslæv.ər

Meanings of Slaver:

noun

A person who dealt in or owned slaves.

Usage examples:

The sword wielding african slavers that the europeans dealt with usually kept the women and childre…
verb

Let saliva run from the mouth.

Usage examples:

The labrador was slavering at the mouth

Slavering

ˈslæv.ər

Meanings of Slavering:

verb

Let saliva run from the mouth.

Usage examples:

The labrador was slavering at the mouth
noun

A person who dealt in or owned slaves.

Usage examples:

The sword wielding african slavers that the europeans dealt with usually kept the women and childre…

Slavers

ˈslæv.ər

Meanings of Slavers:

noun

A person who dealt in or owned slaves.

Usage examples:

The sword wielding african slavers that the europeans dealt with usually kept the women and childre…
verb

Let saliva run from the mouth.

Usage examples:

The labrador was slavering at the mouth

Slavery

ˈsleɪv(ə)ri

Meanings of Slavery:

noun

The state of being a slave.

Usage examples:

Thousands had been sold into slavery

Slaves

sleɪv

Meanings of Slaves:

noun

A person who is forced to work for and obey another and is considered to be their property; an enslaved person.

Usage examples:

They kidnapped entire towns and turned the inhabitants into slaves
verb

(especially in the past) a person who is the legal property of another and is forced to obey them.

Usage examples:

They kidnapped entire towns and turned them into slaves

Meanings of Slavey:

noun

A maidservant, especially a hard-worked one.

Usage examples:

You think it's safe to leave the household slaveys with our gear?
adjective

Either of the two languages ( north and south slavey ) spoken by the slavey.

Slaveys

ˈsleɪvi

Meanings of Slaveys:

noun

A maidservant, especially a hard-worked one.

Usage examples:

You think it's safe to leave the household slaveys with our gear?
adjective

Relating to the slavey or their languages.

Usage examples:

A slavey indian trapper, john tetso lived and worked where the liard river meets the mackenzie in t…

Slavic

ˈslɑː.vɪk

Meanings of Slavic:

adjective

Relating to or denoting the branch of the indo-european language family that includes russian, ukrainian, and belorussian (east slavic), polish, czech, slovak, and sorbian (west slavic), and bulgarian, serbian, croatian, macedonian, and slovene (south slavic).

Usage examples:

Ukrainian is an indo-european language of the eastern slavic group.
noun

Relating to or denoting the branch of the indo-european language family that includes russian, ukrainian, and belorussian ( east slavic ), polish, czech, slovak, and sorbian ( west slavic ), and bulgarian, serbian, croatian, macedonian, and slovene ( south slavic ).

Slaving

sleɪv

Meanings of Slaving:

noun

The action of enslaving people.

Usage examples:

A slaving expedition
verb

Work excessively hard.

Usage examples:

After slaving away for fourteen years all he gets is two thousand

Meanings of Slavish:

adjective

Servile or submissive.

Usage examples:

He noted the slavish, feudal respect they had for her

Slavishly

ˈsleɪ.vɪʃ.li

Meanings of Slavishly:

adverb

In a servile or submissive manner.

Usage examples:

He slavishly followed the party line

Slavophile

ˈslavəfʌɪl

Meanings of Slavophile:

noun

A person who greatly admires the slavic peoples or their languages.

Usage examples:

In his book " discourse on pushkin ", dostoevsky describes the slavophile position.

Slavs

slɑːv

Meanings of Slavs:

noun

A member of a group of peoples in central and eastern europe speaking slavic languages.

Usage examples:

Greeks, italians, slavs, turks and russians all composed their own versions; they cannot possibly b…

Meanings of Slaw:

noun

Coleslaw.

Usage examples:

I had the chicken pot pie, slaw, soup, ice tea and cheesecake.

Slay

sleɪ

Meanings of Slay:

verb

Kill (a person or animal) in a violent way.

Usage examples:

St george slew the dragon
noun

Variant spelling of sley.

Slayed

sleɪ

Meanings of Slayed:

verb

Kill (a person or animal) in a violent way.

Usage examples:

St george slew the dragon

Slayer

ˈsleɪ.ər

Meanings of Slayer:

noun

Someone who kills a person or animal in a violent way.

Usage examples:

David, the slayer of goliath

Meanings of Slayers:

noun

Someone who kills a person or animal in a violent way.

Usage examples:

David, the slayer of goliath

Meanings of Slaying:

noun

The killing of a person or animal.

Usage examples:

The slaying of a dragon
verb

Kill (a person or animal) in a violent way.

Usage examples:

St george slew the dragon

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