lock in, tuck in, fall behind, fall back, toss out, cast away, shut away, fling, send back, throw out, detain, gaol, put away, lock away, remit, put aside, put behind bars, lock, enclose, lag, tuck away, intern, dispose, discard, dawdle, immure, toss away, chuck out, free, put to sleep, cast aside, jug, shut up, toss, throw away, remand, cast out
imprison (part of speech: verb)
punish (part of speech: verb)
avenge, burden, lambaste, confine, chastise, crucify, agonize, distress, execute, pillory, try, fine, chasten, persecute, imprison, correct, sentence, castigate, judge, penalize, punish, reprise, torture, keelhaul, afflict, discipline, anguish
- The " ladylike" Judge had gained some insight into the determination of the prisoner; so, not wishing to incarcerate her to all eternity, he added gently: " Madam, the court will not order you committed until the fine is paid." - "Eighty Years And More; Reminiscences 1815-1897", Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
- Therefore he recommenced: " So may the man Do for thee freely what thy speech implores, Spirit incarcerate, again be pleased To tell us in what way the soul is bound Within these knots; and tell us, if thou canst, If any from such members e'er is freed." - "Divine-Comedy-Longfellow-s-Translation-Complete", Dante Alighieri.
- Some parents no doubt advise, connive, threaten, and in aggravated cases incarcerate here, as some parents have always done elsewhere, and always will do as long as petticoats continue to be an institution. - "The Complete Works of Artemus Ward, Part 4", Charles Farrar Browne.