Imprison - definition, pronunciation, transcription
He was imprisoned for murder.
He has threatened to imprison his political opponents.
It will be good to get out after being imprisoned in my room with the fever.
The government imprisoned all opposition leaders.
She was imprisoned within his strong arms.
Many elderly people feel imprisoned in their own homes.
The suspects were imprisoned without trial
His daughters are virtually imprisoned in their own house; he does not let them go out without a chaperone
The King was strong enough to fine and imprison the Earls.
present participle: imprisoning
past tense: imprisoned
past participle: imprisoned
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