Definitions

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  • n. Alternative form of imprisonment.

Etymologies

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emprison +‎ -ment

Examples

  • Those that believe that any human that is a terrorist suspect should bemade availablefor emprisonment and/ortorture, then I say that any that believe in torture are terrorist and they themselves should bekidnapped andsumitted to "enhanced interigation" until they confess to their terror crimes of torture as well. by

    Liberty Has Been Lost

  • Being braced means going through puberty strapped and screwed in to a weird exoskeleton that incarnates the negation and emprisonment of your sexuality.

    Global Feminist Link Love: November 9-15 « Gender Across Borders

  • And if you do the penalty will be confiscation, emprisonment and/or death?

    Obama Bowing and Scraping to Saudi King

  • So, I'm glad the paparazzi did not catch my baby emprisonment system or me nailing his precious head twice.

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  • The waitress saw she was to beguile the tedious period of emprisonment by the tempest with no dalliance with Mr. Middleton.

    The Strange Adventures of Mr. Middleton

  • As he neared the Hall, he quickened his pace to such an extent that soon he was forced to pause altogether, as the exertion he had undertaken pretty plainly told him that the emprisonment, scanty diet, and want of exercise, which had been his portion for some time past, had most materially decreased his strength.

    Varney the vampire; or, The feast of blood. Volume 2

  • To survive decades of emprisonment and torture shows a steel that will not simply melt.

    The Guardian World News

  • ... the which thing they all refused to do, albeit they were enjoyned to do the same in vertue of their allegeaunce and as commaunded from the Kinges Majestie, the said Rochester and Walgrave saying that they had rather endure whatsoever punisshement or emprisonment the Lordes shuld think mete for them, and Sir Fraunces Inglefeld alledging that he could neither fynde in his harte nor in his consyence to do it. 82

    From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor, 1516-1558

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