have, intimidate, wrap, put in, ensnare, apply, halt, withhold, maintain, curb, leap, bound, commit, shut in, withstand, retain, entertain, determine, declare, trammel, deem, limit, keep down, border, choke, caseload, arrest, bounce, delay, free, qualify, strangulate, nurse, concur, bear, resile, go for, keep in, abridge, enwrap, view as, ricochet, hold down, moderate, reverberate, close in, inclose, define, jump, concord, pen in, intern, lock in, kill off, hold up, take a hop, immure, spring, quarantine, encumber, guard, agree, cap, cut into, entrap, interfere with, repress, book, shut up, regulate, throttle, cure, rebound, set, lock, take for, diagnose, take, defend, certify, admit, support, shut off, stamp out, shut away, sustain, circumscribe, give, harbor, recoil, throw, carry, keep back, limited, examine, curtail, cut back, accommodate, hold in, obligate, check, reserve, harbour, take hold, bedside manner, squeeze out, insert, conceal, strangle, introduce, oblige, stay, kill, make, have got, adjudge, keep under, hold back, fix, snare, obtain, wall, doctor, specify, stick in, bar, defy, cumber, suppress, enfold, prevail
imprison (part of speech: verb)
prison (part of speech: noun)
handcuff, pinion, coop, cooler, penal colony, Bastille, jug, dungeon, jailhouse, manacle, straight jacket, pound, San Quentin, gaol, jail, harness, shackle, fence, stronghold, reformatory, penitentiary, vise, collar, cell, cage, prison, pen, brig, tether, irons, Alcatraz, reform school, keep, oubliette, lockup, stockade, bridle
enclose (part of speech: verb)
punish (part of speech: verb)
avenge, burden, lambaste, correct, chastise, discipline, agonize, execute, fine, pillory, try, imprison, chasten, persecute, incarcerate, crucify, sentence, castigate, judge, penalize, punish, reprise, torture, keelhaul, afflict, distress, anguish
seclude (part of speech: verb)
blacklist, detach, deport, expatriate, boycott, banish, evict, sequester, expel, excommunicate, extradite, segregate, cordon, exclude, cloister, disbar, reject, exile, oust, closet, isolate, alienate, extirpate, ostracize, screen, separate, seclude, blackball, insulate, remove, eject, eliminate
restrain (part of speech: verb)
- At the close of the day he asked counsel henceforth to " confine themselves to the point really before the court"- a request which, however, was by no means invariably observed through the following days. - "John Marshall and the Constitution A Chronicle of the Supreme Court, Volume 16 In The Chronicles Of America Series", Edward S. Corwin.
- Let the boys have what concerns them, and confine yourself to what concerns you. - "The Satyricon, Complete", Petronius Arbiter.
- They were not obliged to confine themselves to the roads and paths, for the snow was hard in every direction, and they could go over the fields wherever they pleased. - "Rollo's Philosophy. [Air]", Jacob Abbott.