Definition of thralldom :
- See the habits in falling to sleep which have children in their thralldom. - "Essays", Alice Meynell.
- The message boldly blazoned across the heavens at the moment of birth is not meant to emphasize fate- the result of past good and evil- but to arouse man's will to escape from his universal thralldom. - "Autobiography of a YOGI", Paramhansa Yogananda.
- They commenced working their way slowly but surely toward the river, while she, unconscious of the murderous stratagem, patiently awaited the turn of affairs which would free her from her terrible thralldom. - "The Riflemen of the Miami", Edward S. Ellis.