Imprison synonyms

ĭm-prĭz'ən
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To insert into a container, usually an envelope or package.
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(Place, proper) In some Christian theologies, the eternal abode or state, neither heaven nor hell, of the souls of infants or others dying in original sin but free of grievous personal sin, or, before the coming of Christ, the temporary abode or state of all holy souls after death
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The definition of a restraint is something that restricts freedom or prevents someone from doing something.
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Arrest is defined as the act of taking a person into custody for legal purposes.
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(Archaic) To enclose (as though behind bars); to imprison.
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To place in a tomb or grave; bury
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To put into a private place for a secret interview or interrogation.
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Capital punishment by entombing for life.
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(Mathematics, intransitive) To have a limit in a particular set.
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(Obsolete) to wall in or fortify
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To hold back or keep in check; control:
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To put shackles on (someone); confine with shackles.
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(Intransitive, colloquial, used only in the imperative) I don't believe it!, no way!
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Free means to release or let go.
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To set free from confinement or bondage:
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(Euphemistic, usually reflexively) To gain weight
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(Archaic) To retain or withhold (payment or property, for example).
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To shut up within or as within walls; imprison, confine, or seclude
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To confine; to shut up or enclose; to hem in.
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To intern is defined as to detain and keep someone or something from moving.
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To equip (a canal, etc.) with a lock or locks
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lock up or confine, in or as in a jail
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To send (someone) to prison.
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(Intransitive) to close all doors and windows of a place securely
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To confine in a restricted place or situation
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To set aside in a fund rather than spend as prescribed:
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To stay blazing (of a fire)
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To carry or support (the body or a bodily part) in a certain position:
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To draw a figure around another figure so as to touch as many points as possible. A circle that is circumscribed around a triangle touches it at each of the triangle's three vertices.
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Prevent enemy vessels of leaving an anchorage
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To secure someone or something in a locked enclosure.
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To enclose by drawing a box around
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(Idiomatic, by extension) To restrict freedom.
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To put or confine in or as if in a cage.
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To send back (a person) into legal custody, as to a jail or prison.
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To send money, as in payment; pay
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To place (a person) in the care of an institution.
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Used other than as an idiom: see send,"Ž up.
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(Chem.) To free from combination in a compound
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Lying-in, time of giving birth
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Confinement or restraint by force; imprisonment.
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A confinement in a place, especially a prison.
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To restrict; to keep within bounds; to shut or keep in a limited space or area.
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Jail is defined as to put someone into a place that they can't get out of.
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(Games) To determine the order of play by hitting or shooting a ball toward a mark, as in marbles or billiards, with the player whose ball stops closest to the mark going first.
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To stew (esp. hare) in a covered earthenware container
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(UK) Alternative spelling of jail.
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Find another word for imprison. In this page you can discover 76 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for imprison, like: commit to an institution, enclose, limbo, hold as hostage, incarceration, restraint, arrest, embar, entomb, closet and immurement.