You also tried to release the objective case from its thraldom
to the preposition, and it is written that servants should obey their masters.
I'll say that he is wise who loveth well, And that the soul most free is that most bound In thraldom
to the ancient tyrant Love.
Though Jones was well satisfied with his deliverance from a thraldom
which those who have ever experienced it will, I apprehend, allow to be none of the lightest, he was not, however, perfectly easy in his mind.
He had been torn out of the jaws of destruction, he had been delivered from the thraldom
of despair; the whole world had been changed for him--he was free, he was free
It had released itself from the thraldom
that a growth of centuries had imposed on the branches of the surrounding forest trees, and threw its gnarled and fantastic arms abroad, in the wildness of liberty.
Doctor Battius had already disappeared in the bushes and the trapper was beginning to betray additional evidences of impatience, when the person of the former was seen retiring from the thicket backwards, with his face fastened on the place he had just left, as if his look was bound in the thraldom
of some charm.
These gentlemen, like himself, were now emancipated from their 'prentice thraldom
, and served as journeymen; but they were, in humble emulation of his great example, bold and daring spirits, and aspired to a distinguished state in great political events.
Whenever Georgiana could escape from the thraldom
of Podsnappery; could throw off the bedclothes of the custard- coloured phaeton, and get up; could shrink out of the range of her mother's rocking, and (so to speak) rescue her poor little frosty toes from being rocked over; she repaired to her friend, Mrs Alfred Lammle.
Pardiggle being as clear that the only one infallible course was her course of pouncing upon the poor and applying benevolence to them like a strait-waistcoat; as Miss Wisk was that the only practical thing for the world was the emancipation of woman from the thraldom
of her tyrant, man.
to Decadent sexual iconography explains inconsistencies in Dario's account of Fausta's second pregnancy and death.
Or how, on the other hand, should spotless innocence be subjected to a thraldom
like that which she endured from the spectre, whom she herself had evoked out of the darkness
Reed opposes a closely argued account of the German Enlightenment's achievements, taking as his yardstick Kant's canonic definition of Aufklarung as the process whereby the liberal values of individual autonomy and emancipation from political and religious thraldom
are progressively realized by public debate and rational enquiry.