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General Crossword Questions for “imprison”

  • Put behind bars
  • Place in custody
  • Lock up
  • Put away for safety?
  • Polite denial retracted after little devil has to shut up
  • One politician is on about Republican being put away
  • Cage mischief-maker up? No, sir!
  • Put in jail


  • There were prisons used for detention in Jerusalem in Old Testament times, and the Bible details the imprisonment of Joseph in Egypt.[2] Dungeons were used to hold prisoners; those who were not killed or left to die there often million people are currently imprisoned worldwide.[10] It is probable. — “Prison - Wikipedia”,
  • Foreigners are not given access to any AIDS medications and while awaiting deportation may be segregated (imprisoned) from the rest of society [29]. [edit] Saudi LGBT community punishment involves fines, imprisonment, corporal punishment and or,. — “LGBT rights in Saudi Arabia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • False imprisonment is a restraint of a person in a bounded area without justification or consent. False imprisonment is a common-law felony and a tort. The following are false imprisonment scenarios. The taking hostage of a bank's customers and employees by bank robbers. The detention of a customer. — “False imprisonment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


  • KING.–Dost thou presume to disobey? Now hear me– An thou but touch the lips of my beloved, Sweet as the opening blossom, whence I quaffed In happier days love's nectar, I will place thee Within the hollow of yon lotus cup, And there imprison thee for thy presumption. — “Ramayana” by Valmiki
  • While these measures were taking in behalf of Cedric and his companions, the armed men by whom the latter had been seized, hurried their captives along towards the place of security, where they intended to imprison them. — “Ivanhoe” by Sir Walter Scott
  • "Good God! To imprison him, monseigneur? Why, he imprisoned himself, I swear to you he did. — “The Three Musketeers” by Alexandre Dumas
  • Albucilla in Tiberius time having, to kill himself, struck with too much tenderness, gave his adversaries opportunity to imprison and put him to death their own way.' And that great leader, Demosthenes, after his rout in Sicily, did the same; and C. — “Essays” by Michel de Montaigne
  • We say that they are irresponsible for their actions, but we take good care, or ought to take good care, that they shall answer to us for their insanity, and we imprison them in what we call an asylum (that modern sanctuary!) if we do not like their answers. — “Erewhon” by Samuel Butler
  • Who could wonder now at the brute-restlessness of the wretch's life–at his desperate alternations between abject duplicity and reckless violence–at the madness of guilty distrust which had made him imprison Anne Catherick in the Asylum, and had given him over to the vile conspiracy against his wife, on the bare suspicion that the one and the other knew his terrible secret? The disclosure of that secret might, in past years, have hanged him–might now transport him for life. — “The Woman in White” by Wilkie Collins


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