Definition of thrall
thraldomplay \ˈthrȯl-dəm\ noun
Examples of thrall in a Sentence
I'm not your thrall, so you'll have to pick up after yourself.
a people who still bear the scars of having been in thrall for so many years
Origin and Etymology of thrall
Middle English thral, from Old English thræl, from Old Norse thræll
First Known Use: before 12th century
First Known Use of thrall
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