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  • He failed to find this security, and remained in confinement until his death.
  • During his year-long confinement to bed he developed his distinctive style of playing.
  • Thirty-five men of this regiment also died of disease at the camp during their confinement.
  • Articles and a book on his confinement helped turn public opinion in his favor.
  • It is more common during times of confinement - winter and spring.
  • He saw patients every day from morning till dinner-time, performed operations, and even attended confinements. Cited from The Horse-Stealers and Other Stories, by Anton Chekhov
  • At the moment he is released from confinement in military guest house for the reason of his health.
  • He made two failed escape attempts and ended up in solitary confinement as a result.
  • He was kept in the Tower until the following year, and then returned to his former places of confinement.
  • For years he was kept in solitary confinement without access to family and medical assistance.
  • During further solitary confinement he recovered again, and made further escape plans.
  • He has been held in solitary confinement for most of the time.
  • The amount of confinement is currently unknown as only some models and experimental data exist.
  • Prison policy limits such outside confinement to a maximum of two hours.
  • If it remained as it was after the second week of confinement, it is burned.
  • Throughout the entire time of her confinement, she had been unable to communicate with any family or friends.
  • He had spent all but a few weeks of the previous fifteen years in confinement as a political prisoner.
  • More than four thousand Cherokee died in this confinement before ever beginning the trip west.
  • There he spent a total of five years, most of which in solitary confinement.
  • One potential solution to the confinement problem had already been discovered.
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Words starting with confinement

Meaning of confinement

  • noun The act of restraining of a person's liberty by confining them
  • noun The state of being confined
    he was held in confinement