Definition of imprisoned in English:

imprisoned

Syllabification: im·pris·oned
Pronunciation: /imˈpriz(ə)nd
 
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adjective

Kept in prison: captive: an imprisoned dissident
More example sentences
  • They could talk about five minutes to some of the imprisoned.
  • The city's current mob boss keeps a much lower profile than his imprisoned predecessor.
  • Throughout the whole insurrection not asingle imprisoned Communist was shot.

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