imprisoned, past tense; imprisons, 3rd person singular present; imprisoning, present participle; imprisoned, past participle;
Put or keep in prison or a place like a prison
he was imprisoned for six months for contempt of court
lock up or confine, in or as in a jail; "The suspects were imprisoned without trial"; "the murderer was incarcerated for the rest of his life"
confine as if in a prison; "His daughters are virtually imprisoned in their own house; he does not let them go out without a chaperone"
(imprisoned) captive: being in captivity
(imprisonment) putting someone in prison or in jail as lawful punishment
(imprisonment) the act of confining someone in a prison (or as if in a prison)
A prison (from Old French prisoun) is a place in which people are physically confined and, usually, deprived of a range of personal freedoms. ...
(Imprisonment) Incarceration is the detention of a person in jail, typically as punishment for a crime. ...
To put in or as if in prison; confine
(imprisoned) trapped and unable to escape from something.
(9 Imprisonment) Entombs subject beneath the earth.
(Imprisonment) Some were also jailed^ and then usually expelled to Cyprus to cut them off from their families.^
(Imprisonment) This may be for a finite term or for life, the maximum for each offence being prescribed by statute. Inmates whose sentence is finite may earn remission of up to one-quarter of their sentence by good behaviour.
(Imprisonment) Where a court imposes a period of time where a person is to be detained as part or the whole of a sentence in a criminal matter.
Backhand of  strikes against , PO towards, FO up, with a large movement from behind. For a QuickTime movie of this sign, see ASL browser - imprison.