Which preposition to use with thrall

of Occurrences 24%

The soul is the thrall of none; nothing can bind it to spiritual serfdom.

to Occurrences 6%

As he that bides a thrall to thee and fate: Living in hope, as I and others do, To catch good fortune, and to cross thee too.

In Occurrences 3%

He, without a care For all the affliction of Admetus' halls, Sang on; and, listening, one could hear the thralls In the long gallery weeping for the dead.

than Occurrences 1%

When we speak of the South as distinguished from the North by elements of inherent hostility, we speak only of the governing faction, and not of the millions of nominally free men who are scarcely less its thralls than the black slaves themselves.

near Occurrences 1%

Eyiolf the Foul, Valthiof's kinsman, slew the thralls near Skeidsbrekkur, above Vatnshorn.

for Occurrences 1%

Ne do I wish (for wishing were but vaine) To be acquit fro my continual smart, But ioy her thrall for ever to remayne, And yield for pledge my poor and captyved hart, The which, that it from her may never start, Let her, yf please her, bynd with adamant chayne,

by Occurrences 1%

That she whose conquering beauty doth captíve 275 My trembling hart in her eternall chaine, One drop of grace at length will to me give, That I her bounden thrall by her may live, And this same life, which first fro me she reaved, May owe to her, of whom I it receaved.

Which preposition to use with  thrall