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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of enprison.
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I accidently watched Heroes on BBC2, while being enprisoned in a hotel and it was a nice diversion from the usual drivel on TV.
Prentyng of Norfolk was enprisoned in the erles place of Northumbr ', for whiche the peple of London aroos and wolde a sclayn the erle and cast down his place.
Also in this yere the kyng com from Burdeux thorugh Fraunce, and arryved at Dovore on Cristemasse day: and on seynt John day he com to London, and enprisoned the schirreves in the tour of London a monyth and more, for on John Frome that was undyr there warde whiche escapyd out of Newegate, the whiche John was taken in warde for the deth of a priour that was the kynges alye; and new schirrefs mad, as it folowith.