thralldom

[ thrawl-duh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF thralldom

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See the habits in falling to sleep which have children in their thralldom.

Only once did he emerge from the thralldom of the tale by his own will.

The thralldom of natural living is, in contrast, set in a pace humiliating.

I must sell myself into thralldom—my wife—my hapless bairns!

Was that the last protest she ever made against the thralldom of passion?

This poor, frail body—not one thought—Shall to your thralldom bow.

He was glad that he had given her freedom from her thralldom.

Forthwith the thralldom was broken, we hope never again to be felt.

If he knows the way, he has freedom; otherwise he is in thralldom.

Not only must she be emancipated, but she must be emancipated from her present thralldom.

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