Synonyms for false imprisonment

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You shall have an action for false imprisonment, and make a profit of this, yet.

Why does not this persecuted man bring his action for false imprisonment?

I bade him do me justice for my false imprisonment all this while; for what had I been imprisoned so long for?

Mr. Charrington would have his legal remedy for false imprisonment.

"So is false accusation, and so is false imprisonment," said Hardie bitterly.

False Imprisonment, the unlawful imprisonment or detention of any person.

But he may sue you for false imprisonment, kidnapping, or—or something.

The liberty of the citizen, and false imprisonment were discanted on in a loud and moving manner.

Three long years of false imprisonment does not satisfy this lust for power to oppress the helpless.

And you'll keep Worth Gilbert in jail, run the risk of a suit for false imprisonment—on that!