Word of the Day - servitude
servitude – s er v ih t y uw d
A state of completely subject to someone more powerful
Many people think that they have many years of servitude to make up for.
slavery or bondage of any kind:
compulsory service or labour as a punishment for criminals:
Law. a right possessed by one person to use another's property.
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First known use
1425–75; late Middle English, from Late Latin servitūdō, equivalent to servi-, combining form of servus “slave” + -tūdō,-tude