cell[ sel ]SEE DEFINITION OF cell
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CELL
It seemed a lifetime that he had lived in the noisome atmosphere of a felon's cell.
While in Newgate he hanged himself to the cell window with his own stockings.
In the solitude of his cell, the angel of patience had been with him.
Dick withdrew to his own cell, as he called it, and he passed bitter hours there.
The arched door of the lady's room, or cell, was not quite shut.
I found it in this cell, after the death of the martyr, and have preserved it as a relic.
In Cornelius's cell one heard the chimes of the clock of the fortress.
They pointed to the door of the cell, without uttering a word.
There were in the cell, a chair, a table, and a straw mattress.
I mount to the cell, with a fellow-citizen who is one of the Jury, directed by a gaoler.