Synonym: confine, jail, lock up. Antonym: free, liberate. Similar words: imprisonment, prison, prisoner, comprise, garrison, comparison, by comparison, in comparison with. Meaning: [ɪm'prɪzn] v. 1. lock up or confine, in or as in a jail 2. confine as if in a prison.
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1. You can imprison my body but not my mind.
2. No Baron Munchausen would have dared to imprison his saga within the limits of a tall tale.
3. For example Imprison, Banish and Assassinate.
4. They won't imprison him for a first offence.
5. Tort of keeping someone imprison wrongfully.
6. Like the group that came to imprison Jesus.
7. Imprison oneself in a person's world.
8. To imprison his princes at will, That he might teach his elders wisdom.
9. Offer by bank, pay network imprison interface routine installation websites pay the function online.
10. In order to arrest and temporarily imprison criminal suspects, the police have taken effective measures.
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11. Mantis Imprison – the mantis will channel - stun - lock the player that is Imprison Marked.
12. Indeed the church would imprison Galileo Galilei, an Italian astronomer, for advocating the sun-centred model of the universe a century later.
13. Imprison me all the life, tattoo on my body, regardless the life how to transmigrate , you still could find me...
14. I will not imprison members of the same party in the same cell block, let alone the same cell.
15. Attempting to imprison, exile or execute an important character runs the risk of a civil war.
16. Being too cowardly to imprison him, Oedipus let him join the Argive army.
17. This led him to imprison and execute his minister, the senator Boethius, whose Consolations of Philosophy was written while he was in prison.
18. It would be an injustice to the man to imprison him for life.
19. In addition, district courts were given the power to imprison these men for up to four years.
20. The leader of the revolt was Antonio Palacios Miranda whose first act was to imprison the leading government supporters in that area.
21. Justo now has the difficult task of having to imprison his own father.
22. Backus urged fellow Baptists simply to refuse to pay religious taxes; the collectors could not imprison them all.
23. She passed several acts to make legal strikes all but impossible, and to imprison her opponents at will.
24. Interestingly, they believe him when he says that he will prosecute and imprison corrupt officials.
25. Yet Herod chose this time to arrest Peter, to put him imprison, in bondage.
26. But examines pours the defendant to have the paraphora, sentences him to imprison 40 days, to commute a punishment the fine.
27. We have intercede with the authorities on behalf of people unfair imprison there.
28. It means the Federal government cannot cite a fine, imprison or otherwise criminalize a person by what they publically say or write.
29. However, there is high Barkhausen noise in the integration sensor making by GMR materials, it affect the resolution ratio and stability of integration sensor, and imprison its applications.
30. Seat ring is progressively crimped on a lathe to imprison the O - ring in it.
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