Heavy-wet and gin: alas, these are not the only kinds of thraldom.
Or the thraldom of the people in "the days of auld langsyne?"
In 1695 the Press was emancipated from its thraldom, and the office of licenser ceased to exist.
It presented to her too just an image of the thraldom, which was the subject of all her complaints.
As it did so, Claire drew a deep breath, lifted her head like one released from a thraldom, and turned her face towards the camp.
Accordingly his delivery from that thraldom was matter for rejoicing.
Life would be miserable to him if he could not free himself from that thraldom.
We knew not then the measure of this our freedom, for we had known no thraldom of flesh nor spirit.
Although I have not confessed to my thraldom, her woman's wit, I feel sure, has penetrated to the heart of my mystery.
But the gold of France had freed the king from his thraldom.