prisoner

[ priz-uh-ner, priz-ner ]SEE DEFINITION OF prisoner

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRISONER

But for the knowledge that he was a prisoner, Robert would have enjoyed his present situation.

Daubenton and a huissier departed with the prisoner and four gendarmes.

I trust that I am now the prisoner of some honorable knight or gentleman.

Even after the shutting of the door behind the prisoner, the pause endured for some moments.

Mother's made a prisoner of the professor already, but he doesn't know it.

Then I command you, in the name of the Queen, to give no assistance to this prisoner, but to do as I tell you.

If you will let me go and tell the doctor, I will come back here and be your prisoner.

Napoleon, the prisoner in the school "lock-up," raged for a while like a caged lion.

Simba next called to Mali-ya-bwana to interrogate the other prisoner apart.

But now I am a prisoner, while I might be with the little people in the Congo.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PRISONER

prisoner of war

nounpolitical prisoner
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