bondman (n.) Old form(s): Bond-man , bond-mans , Bond-men
bondsman, serf, slave
2H6 I.iii.125[Suffolk to Gloucester] all the peers and nobles of the realm / Have been as bondmen to thy sovereignty
AC III.xiii.149[Antony to Thidias, of Caesar] he has / Hipparchus, my enfranched bondman
CE V.i.141[Adriana to Duke, supposedly of Antipholus and Dromio of Ephesus] desperately he hurried through the street, / With him his bondman
CE V.i.288[Egeon to Antipholus of Ephesus] is not that your bondman Dromio?
CE V.i.289[Dromio of Ephesus to Egeon, of Antipholus of Ephesus] Within this hour I was his bondman, sir, / But he, I thank him, gnawed in two my cords [pun: joined together by rope]
JC I.iii.101[Casca to Cassius] So every bondman in his own hand bears / The power to cancel his captivity
JC I.iii.113[Cassius to Casca, of his words against Caesar] I perhaps speak this / Before a willing bondman
JC III.ii.29[Brutus to all] Who is here so base that would be a bondman?
JC IV.iii.44[Brutus to Cassius] make your bondmen tremble
JC IV.iii.96[Cassius to Brutus, of himself] Checked like a bondman
JC V.i.42[Antony to Brutus and Cassius] You ... bowed like bondmen, kissing Caear's feet
JC V.iii.56[Titinius to Messala, of leaving Cassius] All disconsolate, / With Pindarus his bondman
MV I.iii.120[Shylock to Antonio] in a bondman's key, / With bated breath and whispering humbleness
Tit IV.i.108[Young Lucius to Titus, of Chiron and Demetrius] Their mother's bedchamber should not be safe / For these base bondmen to the yoke of Rome