Nature, or his cruel habits, had given to his face an expression of unusual savageness, even for a slave-driver.
An ingenious substitute for the chain and whip of the slave-driver.
"She is wus than a slave-driver," the man said to Harold one day.
It was the slave-driver speaking, the man who governed with a whip.
The slave-driver had caught Aleck in our town and had locked him up in the caboose for safe-keeping.
In fact, they're more often like the lash of the slave-driver than decent business.
"One half hour to get breakfast and Miss Herne's back hair down," Mr. Rooney said, with the callousness of a slave-driver.
slave-driver Legree had driven them out when they demanded a reckoning.
The planter and the slave-driver care just as much about negro opinion, as the epicure about the sentiments of oysters.
One man is urged on by his experience that hunger hurts him, the other by the whip of the slave-driver.