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enslave +‎ -er

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enslaver (plural enslavers)

  1. One who enslaves.
    • 2009 March 30, Edward Rothstein, “Casting a Sliver of Light on the Heart of Darkness”, in New York Times[1]:
      And then came others, possessing weaponry and a sophisticated support before which tribes in dense jungles had no recourse: European concessionaires and feckless traders, brutish exploiters and enslavers.

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