Inthrall


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In`thrall´


v. t.1.To reduce to bondage or servitude; to make a thrall, slave, vassal, or captive of; to enslave.
[imp. & p. p. Inthralled ; p. pr. & vb. n. Inthralling.]
She soothes, but never can inthrall my mind.
- Prior.
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And, to signify that peculiar musical quality of Poe's genius which inthralls every reader, Mr.