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I see how maybe I could get me and Jim rid of the frauds; get them jailed here, and then leave.
ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
Within six months, if you're not sandbagged or jailed on fake libel suits, you'll have a unique bibliography of swindles.
AVERAGE JONESSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
Her brother Bob was jailed again on Christmas day for drawin a gun on one of the Groudys.
THE WAYFARERSMARY STEWART CUTTING
Former laborers had fled or had been conscripted, jailed, or killed.
THE HACIENDAS OF MEXICOPAUL ALEXANDER BARTLETT
That was a good move—getting Ludlow and the two Helgersons jailed.
THE QUICKENINGFRANCIS LYNDE
They lived on boiled potatoes and bacon, suffering like prisoners—jailed innocently.
THE MOCCASIN RANCHHAMLIN GARLAND
Antón is certain to be caught by the police, and those followers of his will be jailed too if they ever show their faces again.
WHISPERING WALLSMILDRED A. WIRT
Think of a man being jailed for seventeen years because his case was not reversed on account of the failure to except.
THE MAN IN COURTFREDERIC DEWITT WELLS
He was glad to hear that Stiger had been jailed, and sorry that Henry Parker had been wounded.
FOR THE LIBERTY OF TEXASEDWARD STRATEMEYER
Henry Ogle, a late member of Parliament, caused him to be jailed and put under bond to answer the sessions.
A HISTORY OF WITCHCRAFT IN ENGLAND FROM 1558 TO 1718WALLACE NOTESTEIN
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WORDS RELATED TO JAILED

  • captive
  • confined
  • incarcerated
  • jailed
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