Definition of confine:
hold back, agree, repress, sustain, bound, cut into, arrest, have got, shut away, make, bear, enfold, harbour, nurse, bounce, squeeze out, snare, oblige, intimidate, determine, harbor, rebound, take for, concord, leap, take, recoil, reverberate, shut off, apply, close in, hold down, conceal, strangle, jump, commit, define, wrap, strangulate, enclose, abridge, cumber, quarantine, doctor, admit, border, intern, withstand, keep down, pen in, kill off, guard, wall, spring, keep back, detain, deem, lock, view as, restrain, shut up, maintain, enwrap, prevail, withhold, resile, examine, set, stick in, take a hop, cap, hold in, support, put in, throttle, obtain, limited, have, halt, limit, carry, adjudge, curtail, declare, ensnare, cut back, insert, kill, book, curb, bar, concur, give, entertain, fix, regulate, specify, inclose, stamp out, diagnose, defy, trammel, accommodate, suppress, reserve, entrap, stay, choke, moderate, introduce, bedside manner, delay, immure, keep in, hold up, defend, lock in, hold, free, circumscribe, cure, interfere with, ricochet, obligate, qualify, go for, take hold, throw, caseload, keep under, retain, restrict, encumber, shut in, certify, check.
- imprison (part of speech: verb)
prison (part of speech: noun)
- reform school,
- penal colony,
- San Quentin,
- straight jacket,
- enclose (part of speech: verb)
- punish (part of speech: verb)
- seclude (part of speech: verb)
- 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.
- "The Satyricon, Complete", Petronius Arbiter.
- "Rollo's Philosophy. [Air]", Jacob Abbott.