bondage


bondage
I noun abject slavery, arrest, bond of slavery, bonds, captivity, chains, coarctation, compulsory service, confinement, constraint, constraint by force, custodianship, custody, detention, durance, enslavement, entombment, fetters, forced confinement, forced labor, forcible restraint of liberty, guardianship, guarding, helotry, immuration, immurement, impoundment, imprisonment, incarceration, internment, involuntary servitude, loss of freedom, manacles, penal restraint, penal servitude, prison, refusal of bail, reins, remand, restraint, restriction, restriction on movement, servitude, slavery, slavishness, subduing, subjection, subjugation, subordination, subservience, surveillance, thralldom, yoke associated concepts: involuntary servitude, kidnapping II index captivity, coercion, constraint (imprisonment), custody (incarceration), durance, duress, incarceration, restraint, subjection, thrall

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  • Bondage — may refer to:*Debt bondage, a modern form of slavery in which people are bound by debt, rather than legal ownership *Bondage (BDSM), the practice of tying people up for pleasure *Self bondage, the practice of tying oneself up just for fun or for… …   Wikipedia

  • bondage — [ bɔ̃daʒ ] n. m. • 1986; de l angl. amér. boundage « lien » ♦ Pratique sexuelle sadomasochiste dans laquelle un des partenaires est attaché. « culte du corps, très hard, pantalons et vestes de cuir, chaînes, bondages; S. M. et le reste »… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Bondage — Bond age, n. [LL. bondagium. See {Bond}, a.] [1913 Webster] 1. The state of being bound; condition of being under restraint; restraint of personal liberty by compulsion; involuntary servitude; slavery; captivity. [1913 Webster] The King, when he… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bondage — c.1300, condition of a serf or slave, from Anglo L. bondagium, from M.E. bond a serf, tenant farmer, from O.E. bonda householder, from O.N. boandi free born farmer, noun use of prp. of boa dwell, prepare, inhabit, from PIE *bhow , from root… …   Etymology dictionary

  • bondage — *servitude, slavery …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • bondage — [n] slavery chains, enslavement, helotry, peonage, serfage, serfdom, servility, servitude, subjection, subjugation, thrall, thralldom, villenage, yoke; concepts 136,652 Ant. freedom, independence …   New thesaurus

  • bondage — ► NOUN 1) the state of being a slave or feudal serf. 2) sexual practice that involves the tying up or restraining of one partner. ORIGIN from obsolete bond «serf»; influenced by BOND(Cf. ↑bond) …   English terms dictionary

  • bondage — [bän′dij] n. [ME < Anglo L bondagium < OE bonda < ON bonde, orig. prp. of bua, to prepare, inhabit, akin to Ger bauen, to build < IE base * bheu , to grow, develop > BE, Sans bhū , earth, Gr phyein, to grow] 1. serfdom or slavery 2 …   English World dictionary

  • Bondage — Modell gefesselt mit Hüftkette, Hand und Daumenschellen Der aus dem Englischen stammende Begriff Bondage [ˈbɒndɪdʒ] bedeutet unter anderem Unfreiheit oder Knechtschaft und bezeichnet innerhalb der BDSM Szene Praktiken zur Fesselung …   Deutsch Wikipedia