- the state of being a thrall; bondage; slavery; servitude.
Origin of thralldom
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Related Wordsisolation, confinement, captivity, incarceration, custody, thralldom, bondage, restraint, quarantine, duress, remand, thraldom, durance, immuration
Examples from the Web for thraldom
Or the thraldom of the people in "the days of auld langsyne?"
It presented to her too just an image of the thraldom, which was the subject of all her complaints.Imogen
Accordingly his delivery from that thraldom was matter for rejoicing.The Sea-Hawk
I shall not if by replying I can assist my stepfather to escape from that man's thraldom.The Doctor of Pimlico
William Le Queux
We knew not then the measure of this our freedom, for we had known no thraldom of flesh nor spirit.Nicanor - Teller of Tales
C. Bryson Taylor
Word Origin and History for thraldom
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