[ UK /θɹˈɔːl/ ]
[ US /ˈθɹɔɫ/ ]
  1. someone held in bondage
  2. the state of being under the control of another person
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How To Use thrall In A Sentence

  • I stood enthralled, astonished by the vastness and majesty of the cathedral
  • Our first reaction is enthralled delight, but then ominous overtones register.
  • It's heartening to know that not all Mexicans are in thrall to the mighty Christmas tree and still put up nacimientos in their homes! OK! Now that I know . . . . . .
  • Most of us find the oceans enthralling.
  • His conceit and awful orange hair will carry on enthralling a worldwide audience.
  • Born one minute apart, we were a rambunctious twosome, enthralled with our twinship. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Twins and More
  • He appropriated just enough of the rhetoric of each faction to keep them all enthralled and unalienated. The Times Literary Supplement
  • An increasingly reclusive figure, he was by this stage plagued by money worries and seemingly in thrall to plastic surgery. The Sun
  • I am on the left and in thrall to Karl Marx, Gul tells Sri Lanka's Daily Mirror. Pakistan cricketer calls on Marxist in case for the defence
  • A price is paid for all, yet few delivered; the redemption of all consummated, yet few of them redeemed; the judge satisfied, the jailer conquered, and yet the prisoner inthralled! The Death of Death in the Death of Christ
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