Thrall, v. t. To enslave. [Obs. or Poetic]
1. A slave; a bondman.
Gurth, the born thrall of Cedric. --Sir W. Scott.
2. Slavery; bondage; servitude; thraldom.
He still in thrall
Of all-subdoing sleep. --Chapman.
3. A shelf; a stand for barrels, etc. [Prov. Eng.]
Thrall, a. Of or pertaining to a thrall; in the condition of a thrall; bond; enslaved. [Obs.]
The fiend that would make you thrall and bond. --Chaucer.
n 1: the state of being under the control of another person [syn:
bondage, slavery, thralldom, thraldom]
2: someone held in bondage