arrest[ uh-rest ]SEE DEFINITION OF arrest
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARREST
If I see them look at each other, I'll put them both in arrest.
From the moment of their arrest, the examination proceeded with great rapidity.
If you bring this home to Mr. Mortimer you will punish him, arrest him?
They may arrest me as a felon—at any rate I shall be forced to leave the bank and go away.
If I could only arrest those wonderful heat- and light-giving sparks!
It was perfectly legal to arrest that man on the barest suspicion.
It was happy for Hagar that the angel was sent to arrest her progress.
While Almamen chafed in vain at his arrest, all in the Christian camp was yet still.
Well, I may tell you that I have a warrant to arrest him on a charge of arson.
Warren had been sworn in as a special constable to arrest Donald.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ARREST
- defend against
- head off
- hold back
- hold off
- keep lid on
- nip in the bud
- put a stop to
- put an end to
- rule out
- shut out
- stave off
- turn aside
- ward off