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Adjective
(of a space) Restricted in area or volume
“Our liturgical chant would reverberate intensely within the tightly confined space.”
Adjective
Captured and held as a convict or prisoner
“The certificate shall be presented to a judge of a court of record in the other state having jurisdiction over the confined prisoner.”
Adjective
Confined to a bed while being in the final stages of pregnancy
“I will be confined until I deliver.”
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Confined to bed because of infirmity or illness
“She was very sick and confined to her bed.”
Adjective
Limited in size, amount or extent
Adjective
Pertaining to a small town
Adjective
Prevented from fully growing or developing
Adjective
Ignorant of or uninterested in cultures, ideas, or peoples outside one's own experience
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Being contained or placed within (something)
Adjective
Dwelling or raised in, or as if in, cloisters
Adjective
Muggy, stuffy, with bad ventilation
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Delimited or surrounded, e.g. by a border of sorts
Adjective
Separated from others to prevent the spread of disease
Adjective
Restricted to one's home, as by physical infirmity
Adjective
Kept in one's possession
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Not complete or absolute
Adjective
Physically ill or weakened
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Synonymous with housebound, confined to the home, and shut-in
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Restricted or stymied from progressing or producing results
Verb
Past tense for to imprison or incarcerate someone
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“There is a danger that his enemies will confine him in prison most of his life, and it will cause him to be poor, gloomy and despondent.”
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Past tense for to enclose or hem in (on all sides)
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“They were able to forbid processions by employing troops and police to confine the demonstrations within very narrow limits.”
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Past tense for to confine or keep within certain limits or boundaries
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“Some of the greatest English sonneteers have felt the laws of the Italian sonnet confine their freedom of thought and expression unduly.”
Verb
Past tense for to shut off or keep apart, as from company, society, etc.
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Past tense for to keep within certain limits
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Past tense for to restrain or immobilize (someone) by tying up or holding their arms or legs
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Past tense for to reduce in size, especially through the application of pressure
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Past tense for to make or become rigidly fixed or immovable
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Past tense for to fill or stuff a space or opening with something in order to block it
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Past tense for to reduce (something) in extent or quantity
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Past tense for to commit, confide to another's care, confidence or acceptance, with favoring representations
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Past tense for to squeeze or pack tightly into a small or restricted space
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