The orders, Major, are that you place him under arrest the moment he steps ashore.
It is what I understood him to say last night when I ordered him under arrest.
Mr. Correy, place Tipene under arrest, and bring him here at once.
I'd rather be under arrest three days a week, than be at it again.
But you can't go out to fight; you are under arrest, you lunatic!
The general's orders to me were to put you under arrest, not to carve you into small pieces.
She heard all their words, and the final ones: “Captain Monroe, you are under arrest!”
If he said, “You are under arrest” to her, it should be to his own wife!
The colonel went to the general, and the general almost put him under arrest.
He was under arrest—for some crime that he had not committed.