Definition Of thralls
the state of being in someone's power or having great power over someone.
she was in thrall to her abusive husband
Example Of thralls
Another is to suppose that those who disagree with us are in thrall to some evil power.
Council house sales freed hundreds of thousands from virtual thraldom , and her union reforms released untold numbers more from the iniquities of the closed shop and secondary picketing.
From the beginning his audience - and there was always an audience - were in thrall to his idiosyncratic and impassioned deliveries.
Having sloughed off the social illiteracy that was Marxism, after 72 years, western Europe is again in thraldom to the delusions of Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
I believe that peasants should be bound to the land as unfree thralls who do the bidding of the freemen without question.