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white slaver

noun
1.
a person engaged in white-slave traffic or business.
Origin of white slaver
1910-1915
First recorded in 1910-15
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  • It was hot and the sawing bit raised quickly a white slaver.

    Winner Take All

    Larry Evans
  • Among such young women and girls the white slaver finds a limitless and fertile field for his awful trade.

  • A significant fact is that the address given by this white slaver is Socialist headquarters, in Chicago.

    The Air Trust George Allan England
  • That and more too might be said of the districts where the white slaver grows rich from his traffic in girls.

  • Upon refusing they were dragged through the streets and given to a white slaver.

  • The white slaver who sold her was able to drive a most profitable bargain, for she was rated as uncommonly attractive.

  • There, as in the dance halls, the "white slaver" plies his trade, and the destroyer of womanliness lays his nets.

    What eight million women want Rheta Childe Dorr
  • Another favorite device of the white slaver for landing victims is the runaway marriage trick.

    Herself E. B. Lowry

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