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remand

See definition of remand on Dictionary.com
  • as inimprisonment
  • as inimprison
  • as indelay

synonyms for remand

  • captivity
  • confinement
  • custody
  • incarceration
  • isolation
  • bondage
  • durance
  • duress
  • quarantine
  • restraint
  • thraldom
  • thralldom
  • immuration
See also synonyms for: remanded / remanding
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antonyms for remand

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  • freedom
  • liberation
  • liberty
  • discharge
  • liberating
  • release
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How to use remand in a sentence

Breyer said that on remand to lower courts, California at least should have the chance to compensate the growers so as to allow the union organizers to maintain access.
SUPREME COURT STRIKES DOWN CALIF. REGULATION ALLOWING UNION ACCESS TO FARMWORKERS ON GROWERS’ LANDROBERT BARNESJUNE 23, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Then, conducted by a warder, he was taken over the flagged courtyard and through long corridors to the remand side of the prison.
THE GRELL MYSTERYFRANK FROEST
Dr. Horbury, on the other hand, had declared that the prisoner showed nothing symptomatic of epilepsy while awaiting remand.
THE SHRIEKING PITARTHUR J. REES
To a little child, whether he is in prison on remand or after conviction is not a subtlety of position he can comprehend.
OSCAR WILDE, VOLUME 2 (OF 2)FRANK HARRIS
Defendant asked for a remand to enable him to dispense with legal assistance.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 153, NOV 21, 1917 VARIOUS
The tall footman was not examined, but was detained by the police under a remand given by the magistrates.
THE EUSTACE DIAMONDSANTHONY TROLLOPE
She had even to guard against an equivocally sympathetic voice or manner, as she asked, "How long did they remand him for?"
THE THOUSANDTH WOMANERNEST W. HORNUNG
Another remand was asked for a week, with an understanding that at the end of the week it should be renewed if necessary.
THE VICAR OF BULLHAMPTONANTHONY TROLLOPE
The magistrates of course ordered a remand, and ordered also that on the day named Sam Brattle should appear.
THE VICAR OF BULLHAMPTONANTHONY TROLLOPE
It was too late to do anything; so they allowed a remand for another week, and Sam was walked off to prison.
THE VICAR OF BULLHAMPTONANTHONY TROLLOPE
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