Examples from the Web for unfreedom
A freedom based upon the unfreedom of others - this was Roman freedom, and this was early American freedom too.
African slaves occupied the very lowest rank in a vast system of unfreedom and dependency.David's Book Club: The Radicalism of the American Revolution & The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin|David Frum|February 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Here, again, the ideas of freedom and unfreedom find a part to play.Domesday Book and Beyond|Frederic William Maitland
Merchet was the most striking consequence of unfreedom, but manorial documents are wont to connect it with several others.Villainage in England|Paul Vinogradoff
British Dictionary definitions for unfreedom
Word Origin for freedom
Word Origin and History for unfreedom
Old English freodom "freedom, state of free will; charter, emancipation, deliverance;" see free (adj.) + -dom. Freedom-rider recorded 1961, in reference to civil rights activists in U.S. trying to integrate bus lines.
It has been said by some physicians, that life is a forced state. The same may be said of freedom. It requires efforts, it presupposes mental and moral qualities of a high order to be generally diffused in the society where it exists. [John C. Calhoun, speech, U.S. House of Representatives, Jan. 31, 1816]
Freedom Rider Situation Cuts Into Montgomery Juke, Game Revenues [headline, "Billboard," July 24, 1961]
Freedom fighter attested by 1903 (originally with reference to Cuba).