confined definition

  • verb:
    • Easy past tight and past participle of confine.
  • adjective:
    • maybe not able to move
    • having activity restricted to within a particular location; -- usually a building. Opposite of unconfined.
    • deprived of liberty; specially placed directly under arrest or restraint.
    • having movement restricted to within a specific back yard; -- of pets.
    • maybe not invading healthy structure.
    • held prisoner.
    • having movement or progress restricted to a certain area.
    • being in captivity
    • maybe not liberated to go about
    • not invading healthy muscle
  • others:
    • Restrained within restrictions; imprisoned; secluded; close; narrow; mean: since, a confined mind.
    • In pathology, constipated: because, the bowels can be confined.
    • Restricted to the solution of just one boss, as a laborer employed by him the 12 months; as, “a numerous human body of restricted labourers,”

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