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Thrall, subst. 1) a slave, one subject to another: “I, my mistress' t.” Sonn. 154, 12. “look gracious on thy prostrate t.” H6A I, 2, 117. “long time thy shadow hath been t. to me, for in my gallery thy picture hangs,” II, 3, 36. “make me die the t. of Margaret's curse,” R3 IV, 1, 46. “that were the slaves of drink and --s of sleep,” Mcb. III, 6, 13.
2) slavery: “love hath forlorn me, living in t.” Pilgr. 266.
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