thrall pron. thrôl (thrawl)
a. One, such as a slave or serf, who is held in bondage.
b. One who is intellectually or morally enslaved.
2. Servitude; bondage: “a people in thrall to the miracles of commerce” (Lewis H. Lapham).
tr.v. Archaic thralled, thrall·ing, thralls
— DERIVATIVES thrall'dom or thral'dom n.
— ORIGIN Old Norse, slave.
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