Word "SLAVE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
work very hard, like a slave
Synonyms:
break one's back, buckle down, knuckle down

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
someone who works as hard as a slave
Synonyms:
hard worker, striver

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a person who is owned by someone

Crossword Clues for SLAVE

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Clue Source Date
Heston Oscar role Newsday 26 Jun 2021
'12 Years a ___' New York Times 05 Jan 2021
Bondsman, thrall The Times Concise 04 Aug 2020
Work like a dog Wall Street Journal 18 Mar 2020
Unpaid worker The Telegraph Quick 26 Feb 2019
Work like a dog USA Today 18 Feb 2019
Work like a dog
Person 'owned' by another Irish Times Simplex 22 Dec 2018
Kunta Kinte, for one Wall Street Journal 31 Jul 2018
Many a worker in ancient Rome New York Times 22 Jul 2018
Human chattel Canadiana 02 Jul 2018
Spartacus, for one Wall Street Journal 25 Jun 2018
Really work Premier Sunday 03 Jun 2018
Work like a dog New York Times 01 May 2018
"12 Years a ___" Universal 19 Feb 2018
Work really hard LA Times Daily 10 Jan 2018
Work really hard The Washington Post 10 Jan 2018
Galley oarsman, e.g USA Today 06 Jan 2018
Galley oarsman, e.g.
"12 Years a ___"
Work really hard
Kunta Kinte, for one
Spartacus, for one
Work like a dog
Many a worker in ancient Rome
"___ to the Grind" Universal 16 Dec 2017
Work excessively hard The Times Concise 07 Dec 2017
Ben-Hur, for one Wall Street Journal 24 Oct 2017
Bondservant Universal 05 Oct 2017
Really toil Premier Sunday 24 Sep 2017
Spartacus, e.g Thomas Joseph 05 May 2017
Spartacus, for one Thomas Joseph 17 Mar 2017
Toil away USA Today 24 Feb 2017
Toil away
"___ to the Grind"
Bondservant
Underground Railroad user Universal 14 Dec 2016
One in bondage The Telegraph Quick 25 Nov 2016
Aida or Androcles USA Today 19 Nov 2016
Toil away Thomas Joseph 24 Oct 2016
Frederick Douglass was one Universal 22 Aug 2016
One emancipated by emancipation New York Times 25 Jul 2016
Frederic Douglass was one Universal 09 Jul 2016
Toil away Universal 01 Jul 2016
Toil (away) LA Times Daily 22 May 2016
Work day and night USA Today 18 Mar 2016
Serf Canadiana 29 Feb 2016
Work too hard Newsday 28 Feb 2016
Put money aside to cover student work The Telegraph Cryptic 27 Jan 2016
One emancipated by emancipation
Underground Railroad user
Toil (away)
Frederic Douglass was one
Frederick Douglass was one
Toil away
Work very hard Newsday 19 Oct 2015
Emancipation Proclamation subject USA Today 14 Sep 2015
Caliban in 'The Tempest,' e.g New York Times 30 Aug 2015
Thirteenth Amendment beneficiary LA Times Daily 25 Jul 2015
Work hard LA Times Daily 16 Jul 2015
Toil (away) New York Times 07 Apr 2015
Work one's fingers to the bone USA Today 24 Feb 2015
Emancipation Proclamation subject LA Times Daily 10 Feb 2015
Person owned by another Irish Times Simplex 29 Jan 2015
Bond servant USA Today 14 Jan 2015
Caliban in "The Tempest," e.g.
Work very hard
Work one's fingers to the bone
Emancipation Proclamation subject
Bond servant
Toil (away)
Work hard
Thirteenth Amendment beneficiary
Emancipation Proclamation subject
Work one's fingers to the bone
Toil
"12 Years a ___"
Nat Turner or Dred Scott
Verdi's Aida, e.g.
Amistad passenger
Spartacus, at one time
Dred Scott, once
Bondservant
Skid Row "___ to the Grind"
Drudge
Ben-Hur, for a while
Underground Railroad "passenger"
Underground Railroad "passenger"
Plug away
"Amistad" passenger
Thirteenth Amendment beneficiary
Spartacus, for one
Toil (away)
Underground Railroad traveler
Work too hard
___ driver
Underground Railroad traveler
Put in long hours
Work hard
Toil
Work your fingers to the bone
Dred Scott, e.g.
Britney's "I'm a ___ 4 U"
Galley drudge
Ben-Hur, for a time
Sweat blood
Work like a dog
Bond servant
Underground Railroad "passenger"
Work with scant appreciation
Verdi's Aida, e.g.
Ben-Hur, for a time
Slog
Harriet Tubman "passenger"
Spartacus, for one
Verdi's Aida, e.g.
Toil away
Harriet Tubman "passenger"
Toil too hard
Ben-Hur, for a time
Freedman, once
Toil away
Labor feverishly
"Amistad" extra
Joseph, while in Egypt
Spartacus, e.g.
Work really hard
Aida, e.g.
Toil
Amistad passenger
Emancipation Proclamation subject
Work hard
Bust one's hump
Exploited worker
Amistad passenger
Ben-Hur, for one
Work like a dog
"Amistad" extra
Drudge
Underground Railroad user
Nat Turner, e.g.
Old plantation worker
Nat Turner, e.g.
Old plantation worker
Toil
Kind of wages
Toil
Canada's Great __ Lake
Androcles, e.g.
"A house divided against itself cannot stand. I believe this government cannot endure permanently half ___ and half free": Abraham Lincoln
Androcles, for one
Esne
Dred Scott, e.g.
Machine triggered by another
Toil
Work your fingers to the bone
Bond servant
Work too hard
Spartacus, e.g.
'Gladiator' extra
Bond servant
Aesop or Epictetus
Aïda, for instance
Master's minion
Nat Turner was one
Work very hard
Great __ Lake
Aida was one
Computer device controlled by another
Work like a horse
Egregious trade in American history
Really toil
Androcles, e.g.
Canada's Great __ Lake
Serf, essentially
Unpaid laborer
"Amistad" character
Spartacus, notably
Drudge
Amistad passenger
Work day and night
Computer peripheral
Work like a dog
Work, work, work
Workhorse
Ben-Hur, for one
Dred Scott or Nat Turner
Work one's fingers to the bone
Drudge
Work with scant appreciation
Verdi's Aïda, e.g.
Toil
Spartacus, e.g.
Labor feverishly
Androcles e.g.
Wage -
Work hard
Vassal
Toiler
See 26 Across
Nat Turner was one
Kind of driver
Work, work, work
Aïda, for one
Dred Scott was one
Kind of labor
Dred Scott, e.g.
Frederic Douglass was one
Harriet Tubman was one
Joseph in Egypt
Serf
Turner or Tubman
Thrall
Work hard
Little Harriet Tubman
Choiceless worker
Spartacus was one
Helot
___ bracelet
Eliza Harris, e.g.
Kind of bracelet
Canadian river, fed by the Peace
Caliban, to Prospero
Bondsman
Kind of labor or driver
Spartacus, for one
Bondman
Bracelet or ant
Nat Turner, for one
Joseph in Egypt, for one
Aesop, for one
Aesop's early status
Drudge.
Aida's status.
Toil.
Tom, in "Uncle Tom's Cabin."
Great ___ Lake.
Vassal.
Aida was one.
Eliza Harris, for example.
Bondsman.
Demetrius in "The Robe."
Dred Scott was one.
___ bracelet.
___ driver.
Spartacus was one.
Worker for Simon Legree.
One who is completely dominated.
Great ___ Lake, in Canada.
Dominated person.
Dred Scott.
Booker T. Washington was one.
Uncle Tom, for instance.
Serf.
___ labor.
Onetime status of Booker T. Washington.
"Be not the ___ of Words."—Carlyle.
What Spartacus was.
What Aesop was.
Citizen of Hitler's new order.
Work like a dog
Toil
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