imprisonment[ im-priz-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF imprisonment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPRISONMENT
The years roll on, the time of imprisonment is over, the man is free.
I have seen the duke: the cause of your imprisonment is as I suspected.
The term of your imprisonment ceases when you relinquish the hope of Beatriz.
Crushed at first by his imprisonment, he had soon found a dull relief in it.
He was liberated after a week's imprisonment, but banished to his chateau at Verteuil.
Called a liar and a lunatic, Bernadette was threatened with imprisonment.
It had evidently been a great distress to him, to have the days of his imprisonment recalled.
There was a time in my imprisonment, when my desire for vengeance was unbearable.
But for no price did I and my men want to get into English (p. 196) imprisonment.
His imprisonment was intended to be little more than nominal.
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