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Bond_servant vs Bondslave - What's the difference?

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Bond_servant is a related term of bondslave.


As a noun bondslave is

one who works as a slave under an indenture; a bondsman or bondswoman.

Bond_servant vs Serf - What's the difference?

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Bond_servant is a related term of serf.


As a noun serf is

a partially free peasant of a low hereditary class, slavishly attached to the land owned by a feudal lord and required to perform labour, enjoying minimal legal or customary rights.

Bond_servant vs Drudge - What's the difference?

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Bond_servant is a related term of drudge.


As a noun drudge is

a person who works in a low servile job.

As a verb drudge is

to labour in (or as in) a low servile job.

Bond_servant vs Henchman - What's the difference?

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Bond_servant is a related term of henchman.


As a noun henchman is

a loyal and trusted follower or subordinate.

Slave vs Bond_servant - What's the difference?

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Slave is a synonym of bond_servant.

Bond_servant vs Bondman - What's the difference?

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Bond_servant is a related term of bondman.


As a noun bondman is

a man who is bound in servitude; a slave or serf.