How could he give the apple to any else but this enslaver—this joy of gods and men?
The devotion of Mr Sparkler was only to be equalled by the caprice and cruelty of his enslaver.
I was so near my enslaver there, and my heart said all the time, 'O, I must see him!'
Still, is it not man, the enslaver, who teaches you domestic economy?
When Death is no longer terrible to the Enslaved, then let the enslaver look to it.
Compare Joseph, the enslaver of the people, with Moses, the liberator!
One blow and Ireland sprang from the head of her Saxon enslaver a new Minerva!
Heart claimed, thoughts claimed, all dancing attendance on the enslaver.'
You would not have me captivated ere I ever set eyes on my enslaver?
He is the enslaver of youth, not by the literary artifices of presentation, but by the natural glamour of his own temperament.