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    Word Matrix: Thrall

    Thrall Word Matrix

    Old English thrǣl “slave,” from Old Norse thræll

    Word Sums

    Thrall + s = thralls
    Thrall + ed = thralled
    Thrall + ing = thralling
    en + thrall = enthrall
    en + Thrall + s = enthralls
    en + Thrall + ed = enthralled
    en + Thrall + ing = enthralling
    en + Thrall + ment = enthrallment
    en + Thrall + ment + s = enthrallments
    dis + en + thrall = disenthrall
    dis + en + Thrall + s = disenthralls
    dis + en + Thrall + ed = disenthralled
    dis + en + Thrall + ing = disenthralling
    dis + en + Thrall + ment = disenthrallment
    dis + en + Thrall + ment + s = disenthrallments
    re + en + thrall = re-enthrall
    re + en + Thrall + s = re-enthralls
    re + en + Thrall + ed = re-enthralled
    re + en + Thrall + ing = re-enthralling
    re + en + Thrall + ment = re-enthrallment
    re + en + Thrall + ment + s = re-enthrallments
    Thrall + dom = thralldom
    Thrall + dom + s = thralldoms
    in + thrall = inthrall
    in + Thrall + s = inthralls
    in + Thrall + ed = inthralled
    in + Thrall + ing = inthralling
    in + Thrall + ment = inthrallment
    in + Thrall + ment + s = inthrallments


    thrall: (noun) the state of being under the control of another person, one who is enslaved, (verb) to enslave
    -s: forming plural of noun
    -s: forming third person singular of verbs
    -ed: forming simple past and past participle of weak verb
    -ing: forming present participle of verb

    -dom: forming a noun that denotes a state or condition
    dis-: denoting reversal or absence of an action or state, expressing negation
    en-: in, into, on, forming verbs expressing conversion into the specified state
    in-: in, into, on, forming verbs expressing conversion into the specified state (archaic form of -enthrall-)
    -ment: forming a noun that expresses the means or result of an action
    re-: once again


    thralls: plural of thrall, third person singular of thrall
    thralled: simple past and past participle of thrall
    thralling: present participle of thrall
    enthrall: (verb) to hold spellbound; to bewitch, charm, or captivate; to make subservient; to enslave or subjugate
    enthralls: third person singular of enthrall
    enthralled: simple past and past participle of enthrall
    enthralling: present participle of enthrall
    enthrallment: (noun) the means or result of being enthralled
    enthrallments: plural of enthrallment
    disenthrall: (verb) to not enthrall, to set free
    disenthralls: third person singular of disenthrall
    disenthralled: simple past and past participle of disenthrall
    disenthralling: present participle of disenthrall
    disenthrallment: (noun) the means or result of being disenthralled
    disenthrallments: plural of disenthrallment
    re-enthrall: (verb) to enthrall again
    re-enthralls: third person singular of re-enthrall
    re-enthralled: simple past and past participle of re-enthrall
    re-enthralling: present participle of re-enthrall
    re-enthrallment: (noun) the means or result of being re-enthralled
    re-enthrallments: plural of re-enthrallment
    thralldom: (noun) state of bondage, slavery, or subjugation to another person
    thralldoms: plural of thralldom
    inthrall: (verb) archaic form of enthrall
    inthralls: archaic form of enthralls
    inthralled: archaic form of enthralled
    inthralling: archaic form of enthralling
    inthrallment: (noun) archaic form of enthrallment
    inthrallments: archaic form of enthrallments

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