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Noun(1) a person engaged in slave trade(2) someone who holds slaves
Verb(1) let saliva drivel from the mouth
(1) Political, economic, social, religious, and personal matters at each spot the slaver touched, as well as on the vessel itself, affected the nature of the experience for all concerned.(2) A drip of his slaver splashed onto my chin and ran down my neck.(3) slaver ran down from a corner of his mouth(4) The Trouvadore was a Spanish slaver wrecked near Middle Caicos in 1841.(5) Scholarly and distinguished-looking, he made a most unexpected slaver .(6) Hell, they slaver over the prospect of a kid falling down a well, or a local dog getting braces.(7) And in the foreground, a gorilla and a gorilla-sized weta roar and slaver .(8) Jessie then found himself aboard The Moonlight, the slaver with its towering sails and masts, cabins and storage space under the deck.(9) The slaver began loudly complaining of her conduct.(10) Considering Cornado's brand of hospitality, any ship in his service was probable no better than a slaver .(11) Then he lied motionlessly with slaver flowing out of his mouth.(12) It was believed that serpents, coiling together in a wriggling, writhing mass, generated these glass or paste beads from their slaver and shot them into the air from their hissing jaws.(13) While there are those who slaver to bathe in the esteem of others, there are many who do not - especially those who have been taught that all praise and glory and blessing and honor belong to the Lamb of God alone.(14) They may be slavering for beer, but are they prepared to pay a fiver a pint?(15) These unpopulated regions had been a haven for pirates, slavers , and other scoundrels for centuries.(16) When slavers came to harvest humans for sale, these African societies were utterly defenseless.
(1) slaver over :: slaver dros
1. slaveholder ::
2. slave owner ::
3. drool ::
4. slobber ::
5. dribble ::
6. salivate ::
Different Formsslaver, slavered, slavering, slavers
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