I verb cast into prison, commit to an institution, commit to prison, confine, constrain, detain, encage, enclose, enclose within walls, entomb, gate, hold, hold captive, hold in captivity, hold in check, hold within bounds, impound, imprison, incarcerate, includere, isolate, keep in, keep in captivity, keep in check, keep in custody, keep in detention, keep prisoner, keep under arrest, keep within bounds, lay under restraint, lead into captivity, lock in, lock up, make captive, put under arrest, quarantine, restrain, seal up, seclude, send to prison, shelter, shut up, take captive, take into custody, throw into prison, wall up II index arrest (apprehend), capture, commit (institutionalize), confine, constrain (imprison), contain (enclose), detain (hold in custody), enclose, encompass (surround), imprison, jail, lock, restrain, restrict, sentence

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  • Immure — Im*mure , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Immured}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Immuring}.] [Pref. im in + mure: cf. F. emmurer.] 1. To wall around; to surround with walls. [Obs.] Sandys. [1913 Webster] 2. To inclose whithin walls, or as within walls; hence, to shut… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Immure — Im*mure , n. A wall; an inclosure. [Obs.] Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • immure — (v.) 1580s, from M.Fr. emmurer and directly from M.L. immurare, lit. to shut up within walls, from assimilated form of in into, in (see IN (Cf. in ) (2)) + L. murus wall (see MURAL (Cf. mural)). Related: Immured; immuring …   Etymology dictionary

  • immure — imprison, incarcerate, jail, intern Analogous words: confine, circumscribe, *limit, restrict Contrasted words: liberate, *free, release …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • immure — ► VERB (usu. be immured) ▪ confine or imprison. DERIVATIVES immurement noun. ORIGIN Latin immurare, from murus wall …   English terms dictionary

  • immure — [i myoor′] vt. immured, immuring [< OFr or ML: OFr emmurrer < ML immurare < L in , in + murus, wall: see MERE3] 1. to shut up within or as within walls; imprison, confine, or seclude 2. to entomb in a wall immurement n …   English World dictionary

  • immure — UK [ɪˈmjʊə(r)] / US [ɪˈmjʊr] verb [transitive] Word forms immure : present tense I/you/we/they immure he/she/it immures present participle immuring past tense immured past participle immured literary to put someone in a place and prevent them… …   English dictionary

  • immure — transitive verb (immured; immuring) Etymology: Medieval Latin immurare, from Latin in + murus wall more at munition Date: 1583 1. a. to enclose within or as if within walls b. imprison 2. to build into a wall; especially to entomb in a wall • …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • immure — immurement, immuration /im yeuh ray sheuhn/, n. /i myoor /, v.t., immured, immuring. 1. to enclose within walls. 2. to shut in; seclude or confine. 3. to imprison. 4. to build into or entomb in a wall. 5. Obs. to surround with walls; fortify.… …   Universalium

  • immure — verb to put or bury within a wall Johns body was immured Thursday in the mausoleum. See Also: immurement, inter …   Wiktionary

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