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A glossary of provincial and local words used in England. Francis Grose. 1790.
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thrawl — obs. f. thrall n.1, dial. var. thrall n.3 … Useful english dictionary
thrawl — noun A stone slab or shelf used to keep food cool in a pantry or larder in the days before refrigeration was domestically available. Example: He placed the side of beef on the thrawl … Wiktionary
thrall — /thrawl/, n. 1. a person who is in bondage; slave. 2. a person who is morally or mentally enslaved by some power, influence, or the like: He was the thrall of morbid fantasies. 3. slavery; thralldom. v.t. 4. Archaic. to put or hold in thralldom;… … Universalium
thralldom — /thrawl deuhm/, n. the state of being a thrall; bondage; slavery; servitude. Also, thraldom. [1125 75; ME thraldom. See THRALL, DOM] * * * … Universalium
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