Definition of "slavers" [slavers]

  • Plural form of slaver. (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of slaver. (verb)

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Use "slavers" in a sentence
  • "TerrytheTurtle says: but then I forgot: the nation that did more to end slavery than any other (by sweeping the slavers from the seas) was britain – even while on the other side of the world the royal navy was making the seas safe to pump every chinaman who felt like it full of opium … ironic stuff."
  • "Juan C says: but then I forgot: the nation that did more to end slavery than any other (by sweeping the slavers from the seas) was britain – even while on the other side of the world the royal navy was making the seas safe to pump every chinaman who felt like it full of opium†¦ ironic stuff."
  • "It’s hard to see how turning these women into criminals in order to arrest slavers is not hurting them."
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