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Definition of "enchained" [enchained]

  • Simple past of enchain. (verb)
  • Past participle of enchain (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "enchained" in a sentence
  • "His graceful elocution enchained the senses of his hearers."
  • "It is easy to see -- and indeed to admire -- why Africans, snatched from their homeland, enchained in slavery and forced to become Christians, would take their newly imposed religion and turn it into a source of solace and strength."
  • "The problem, as I see it, is that we have allowed ourselves to be enchained by bureaucracy, corpocracy, consumerism and militarism for so long that we have forgotten what it is to be free."
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