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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthrallthrall /θrɔːl $ θrɒːl/ noun   in somebody’s/something’s thrall
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thrallSelf-pity evaporates as she's drawn to playground attendant Billy, unhealthily in thrall to macho pack leader Len.Something shallow, unearned, but capable of putting you in thrall.But the demon which had driven him to drink that night, after months of abstinence, had him in its thrall.Here was the beginning of Canetti's slow escape from the thrall of Karl Kraus.He had that resigned helplessness which hospital patients and people in the thrall of religious experience have.Of the literati in their thrall, Budd Schulberg emerged as the writer who told you most about the bouts.
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