Confinement [noun]

Definition of Confinement:

imprisonment; restriction

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Sentence/Example of Confinement:

But it was not necessary for him to enquire how strict, or how apparently long, was to be his confinement.

The doctor who had attended his wife during her confinement was indisposed, and was represented only by an affidavit.

The three prisoners in question, as well as 11 Franciscan friars, were consequently placed in close confinement.

Lady Arabella Seymour escaped from confinement in the tower of London by stratagem.

Of others, stowed in boxes when a ship was searched; with a bare chance of surviving their confinement.

Duncombe was again arrested by the Serjeant at Arms, and remained in confinement till the end of the session.

Becoming convalescent, in a measure, I was removed to my former place of confinement.

Your feaver, rhumatism, confinement and the use of a strange hand make me very uneasy.

Confinement beyond twenty-four hours, and the corporal punishment of adults, were expressly forbidden.

"I am Davy to you folks," said the little man as he stamped around to limber up from the long confinement.