thrall is right to imply that the Olmert-Abbas principles were a only start and there is no guarantee that starting is succeeding.
The sheikh is ready to flee if the Lebanese security forces, considered to be in thrall to Hezbollah, make a move to arrest him.
What chance then is there for any change in a conclave in thrall to Benedict and John Paul?
If you want to live in the United States, somewhere along the line you will fall under the thrall of the federal government.
Barely a year ago then-president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva seemed in thrall to the tyrant in Tehran.
Something in this made Garth's hopes lift up a little; for she did not speak as one whose heart was in thrall.
What man would be so caitiff and thrall as to fail you at your need?
Why should I blush to say to all, That Virtue holds my heart in thrall?
She was in the thrall of fear, but, had she been questioned, would not have allowed that she was afraid.
They have treated me as a thrall who had whiles to play a queen's part in a show.
Old English þræl "bondman, serf, slave," from Old Norse þræll "slave, servant," probably from Proto-Germanic *thrakhilaz, literally "runner," from root *threh- "to run" (cf. Old High German dregil "servant," properly "runner;" Old English þrægan, Gothic þragjan "to run").