the condition of a slave
the keeping of slaves
as a practice or institution.
a state of subjection like that of a slave
: He was kept in slavery by drugs.
pre·slav·er·y, adjective, noun
1. thralldom, enthrallment. Slavery, bondage, servitude refer to involuntary subjection to another or others. Slavery emphasizes the idea of complete ownership and control by a master: to be sold into slavery. Bondage indicates a state of subjugation or captivity often involving burdensome and degrading labor: in bondage to a cruel master. Servitude is compulsory service, often such as is required by a legal penalty: penal servitude. 4. moil, labor.
is always a great word to know.
So is callithumpian. Does it mean: