Imprisonment [noun]

Definition of Imprisonment:

forcible detention

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Sentence/Example of Imprisonment:

As Reuters broke the news about Kushner's nomination, the news organization was elsewhere reporting on a coup in Myanmar, during which the country's elected leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, was imprisoned by the military.

Likewise, I would argue that we are imprisoned within our own cosmos of meaning.

If found guilty, he could be imprisoned for up to ten years.

Impact of “fake news” anti-press rhetoricIn 2020, Egypt led countries in imprisoning journalists on false news charges in 2020.

They were permitted to marry while imprisoned, the only time they glimpsed each other.

About this time the famous Philippine painter, Juan Luna (vide p. 195), was released after six monthsʼ imprisonment as a suspect.

He was well set in the form of a man now, the months since his imprisonment having brought him much to fasten upon and hold.

Sentence of fine and imprisonment passed upon lord Bacon in the house of peers for bribery.

He almost felt the old sense of imprisonment, of aching nostalgia, of having lost his liberty.

Form of imprisonment varies, but the ‘rescue’ is most generally found in company with the tournament.