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  1. subjected

    Slavery and enslavement are both the state and the condition of being a slave, who is someone forbidden to quit serving an enslaver, and is treated by the enslaver as property. Slavery typically involves slaves being made to perform some form of work while also having their location or residence dictated by the enslaver. Many historical cases of enslavement occurred as a result of breaking the law, becoming indebted, or suffering a military defeat; other forms of slavery were instituted along demographic lines such as race. Slaves may be kept in bondage for life or for a fixed period of time, after which they would be granted freedom. Although slavery is usually involuntary and involves coercion, there are also cases where people voluntarily enter into slavery to pay a debt or earn money due to poverty. In the course of human history, slavery was a typical feature of civilization, and was legal in most societies, but it is now outlawed in most countries of the world, except as a punishment for a crime.In chattel slavery, the slave is legally rendered the personal property (chattel) of the slave owner. In economics, the term de facto slavery describes the conditions of unfree labour and forced labour that most slaves endure.In 2019, approximately 40 million people, of whom 26 percent were children, were enslaved throughout the world despite it being illegal. In the modern world, more than 50 percent of slaves provide forced labour, usually in the factories and sweatshops of the private sector of a country's economy. In industrialised countries, human trafficking is a modern variety of slavery; in non-industrialised countries, enslavement by debt bondage is a common form of enslaving a person, such as captive domestic servants, forced marriage, and child soldiers.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Subjected

    of Subject

  2. Subjectedadjective

    subjacent

  3. Subjectedadjective

    reduced to subjection; brought under the dominion of another

  4. Subjectedadjective

    exposed; liable; subject; obnoxious

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of subjected in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of subjected in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of subjected in a Sentence

  1. Celgene Corp -LRB- CELG.O -RRB-:

    Therefore, these therapies are subjected to rigorous safety controls that have been developed by the company and approved by the FDA.

  2. John Scudder:

    Going forward ... a cashier who fails a secret-shopper check will be subjected to disciplinary action, up to and including termination.

  3. Mark Arabo:

    If we shift our immigration system to one that benefits solely those of higher merit, of greater education, the Iraqi Christian community is one group that would be heavily impacted, we are people that have been largely disenfranchised by the Iraqi government, not afforded opportunities and education that others were granted. Under Trump’s policies, we would remain subjected to cruel conditions.

  4. Frank Straus Meyer:

    The ideal type of the Communist is a man in whom all individual, emotional, and unconscious elements have been reduced to a minimum and subjected to the control of an iron will, informed by a supple intellect. That intellect is totally at the service of a single and compelling idea, made incarnate in the Communist Party: the concept of History as an inexorable god whose ways are revealed ‘scientifically’ through the doctrine and method of Marxism-Leninism.

  5. Zumretay Arkin:

    If this press conference was to take place in China, I, as an Uyghur, would end up in a camp and maybe be subjected to sexual abuse and torture, as millions of my fellow Uyghurs are, the Olympic Games are being handed over to a country actively committing a genocide.

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    either of two different animal or plant species living in close association but not interdependent
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