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indentured

[ in-den-cherd ]
/ ɪnˈdɛn tʃərd /
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adjective
bound by or occurring under a written contract or formal agreement, especially to work for another: The five indentured electrical apprentices of the second-year class were sworn into the union on Thursday.Born in Belfast in 1949, he studied art while serving an indentured apprenticeship at a shipyard.
relating to, done by, or being an indentured servant: Molly Welsh, an Englishwoman sentenced to indentured servitude in 17th-century Maryland, married an African slave named Bannaka.
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un·in·den·tured, adjective
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