An employment office or a place or occasion where jobs are sought and candidates present themselves: Their annual convention is essentially a slave market (1911+)
But it was a ruse; Northup was kidnapped, flogged, and sold for $1,000 at a slave market in New Orleans.
Sometimes he would bring back slaves, once he brought back two boys and three girls from the slave market.
Tennessee was not to be, if it could be prevented, a slave market, like Mississippi.
To maintain a segregation district is to maintain a slave market, as things are.
Once upon a time it was impossible for an Englishman to see the slave market.
The boys are some of them sent to France; some placed on land in the back of the State; and some are sold in the slave market.
I will have you,' and 'You come along with me,'—just like a slave market.
Six years had passed since the mortifying scene in the slave–market.
The accursed Nazarenes have taken the town, and the slave market droops.
Verily he would not fetch the price of an old cow in the slave market.'