Definition of thrall
- in thrall to his emotions
- mountains could hold me in thrall with a subtle attraction of their own
- —Elyne Mitchell
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
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to grant as a privilege or special favor
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