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Synonyms for imprisonedim·pris·oned

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. captive, confined, imprisoned, jailedadjective

    being in captivity

    Synonyms:
    captive, engrossed, absorbed, enwrapped, confined, wrapped, jailed, intent

    Antonyms:
    free

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How to use imprisoned in a sentence?

  1. Haimer abdou:

    Only primitive man knew freedom, but a freedom imprisoned by the fear of the other and of nature.

  2. Wu Xingfo:

    All the parents in Shanxi created our own group to find our children, but the government said our act was causing trouble in society, i've been imprisoned for two days. They've torn up the photos I've passed around of my son. I don't understand why the police don't take this seriously. It's like you lost a dog or a purse to them.

  3. Donald Tusk:

    Thirty years ago, I was imprisoned for being critical of the regime, turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, President Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, 15 years later also had a similar experience for expressing Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan views.

  4. Donald Trump:

    For us, what cooking is like caring about people, this whole idea of carrying about people and refugees and kids being imprisoned and the environment and schools are really important to the type of people who cook.

  5. Nicola Canestrini:

    Because Amanda Knox initially admitted to a role in the crime, Amanda Knox wouldn't likely win. If a suspect lies to investigators before they are arrested, it is difficult to prove they were falsely imprisoned.

Images & Illustrations of imprisoned

  1. imprisoned
    imprisoned
    imprisoned
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    imprisoned

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