Definition of Inthralled

1. Verb. (past of inthrall) ¹



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Definition of Inthralled

1. inthrall [v] - See also: inthrall

Lexicographical Neighbors of Inthralled

intestinum ileum
intestinum jejunum
intestinum rectum
intestinum tenue
intestinum tenue mesenteriale
intetrix
intetumumab
intext
intexticated
intextine
intexts
intextured
intherest
inthral
inthrall
inthralled (current term)
inthralling
inthrallment
inthrallments
inthralls
inthrals
inthrill
inthrone
inthroned
inthrones
inthrong
inthronging
inthroning
inthronization
inthronizations

Literary usage of Inthralled

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The History of Ancient Europe: With a View of the Revolutions in Asia and by William Russell (1801)
"Then shall we pass the remainder of " our days exempt from trouble, and also deliver from " servitude the many already inthralled ..."

2. The History of the Great Republic: Considered from a Christian Stand-point by Jesse Truesdell Peck (1868)
"GOVERNMENT inthralled. For a time, it seemed as if the whole United States might become slave territory. But the cold and the rocks of the North would not ..."

3. Character by C. D. Chamberlain (1883)
"His life had become bound and inthralled by the chains of habit.* Gretry, the musical composer, thought so highly of the importance of woman as an educator ..."

4. A Treatise on Man: His Intellectual Faculties & His Education by Helvétius (1810)
"Then from bold and haughty they become weak and pusillanimous: they dare not Jook at the ir.an in office: they are inthralled, and it is of little ..."

5. The Methodist Review (1841)
"Prostrate and inthralled by sin as we are, we may still, by the grace of God, ... Hence, although in our natural and inthralled state (if we choose to call ..."

6. Principles of the Interior Or Hidden Life: Designed Particularly for the by Thomas Cogswell Upham (1858)
"The person who is in the enjoyment of true spiritual liberty is no longer inthralled to the lower or appetitive part of his nature. ..."

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