noun[mass noun] archaic
Imprisonment or confinement: humorous the actor’s years of durance vile in soap operas
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- But, setting aside my rancor, what we have here is four tales set during her durance vile at his castle, before he has earned her trust and love by learning to behave like a gentleman.
- An eternity have I lingered, my eternal durance the penance I must pay for my crimes.
Words that rhyme with duranceassurance, endurance, insurance
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