incarceration[ in-kahr-suh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF incarceration
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Thady had borne his incarceration and distress with the greatest courage.
But this, this was an incarceration no supplication could end, a doom not to be stayed.
I got into prison; I mean, I suffered the incarceration of freedom.
“Lead him,” says he, “to prison,” that is—to the incarceration of free life.
Tell the girls to drop in occasionally and see me in my incarceration.
"At least there is as little form about my incarceration as about my poor duel," said Count Victor.
Incarceration is merely a remnant and substitute of servitude.
The protection of society is secured only during the period of incarceration.
Not exactly; I have heard little of it beyond the fact of his incarceration.
As it is, she is inevitably down in the list for a week's or a month's incarceration.'