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To be under the thumb of


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To be under the thumb of means to be completely under the influence of somebody.

Sample Usage

1. Revathy was never ready to make any of her own decisions without first consulting her brother as she was totally under his thumb.

2. All the staff were fully aware that their Accounts Manager was completely under the thumb of Naresh and constantly defered to his opinion.


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