from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Resembling a thrall, or his condition, feelings, or the like; slavish.


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  • It took Harrod all of three seconds to free himself from his thrall-like fixation with that starboard wing tip and take a half step back inside.

    Where Eagles Dare MacLean, Alistair, 1922- 1967

  • It is not fitting that you three should fall and pass to Asgard all unlike warriors -- in that thrall-like gear.

    A Sea Queen's Sailing 1884


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