from The Century Dictionary.
- To release or deliver from prison; set free.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb To take or deliver from prison.
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- verb archaic, transitive To
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In no time, he had Luciano transferred to Great Meadow, "the state's unprison-looking prison" in the town of Comstock, sixty miles north of Albany.
It should be as unprison-like and attractive as any residence for the non-criminal.
That his home should be as unirritating and restful to him as possible it should be unprison-like always, and only be an imprisonment when the violent phases of his malady imperatively demand restraint.