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to enclose so as to hinder or prohibit escape

Synonyms for imprison

confine as if in a prison

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Even though this contravenes international law they have not only refused to give this land back but have been allowed to imprison the indigenous people of Palestine.
The government has used overly broad and ill-defined charges of "anti-constitutional activity" and "religious extremism" to imprison many of them.
Falk said that the orders "appear to enable Israel to detain, prosecute, imprison and/or deport any and all persons present in the West Bank.
The House of Lords have ruled the powers they gave themselves to imprison foreign nationals without trial or limit of time are unlawful.
Roosevelt to suppress, and ultimately imprison, its critics, particularly those who opposed U.
DiIulio was initially skeptical of the notion that the drug laws imprison large numbers of people who are not menaces to society.
Members of Parliament should imprison themselves inside Parliament until white smoke rises," he said.