• Definition for "imprisoned"
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of imprison.
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imprisoned in a quote

"I don't believe in depriving myself of any food or being imprisoned by a diet."

"I do not come bearing a party label on my sleeve - or a quick fix in my back pocket. I do not come with a rigid ideology in my heart - or a soul that tells me to go it alone. I do not come to uproot tradition - or to be imprisoned by it."

"A political prisoner is someone who is out fighting for his or her people's rights and freedom and is imprisoned for that alone."

"By the fulfillment of my legal and moral duty I think I have earned punishment just as little as the tens of thousands of dutiful German officials who have now been imprisoned only because they carried out their duties."

"A political prisoner is someone who is out fighting for his or her people's rights and freedom and is imprisoned for that alone."

"Man is not imprisoned by habit. Great changes in him can be wrought by crisis - once that crisis can be recognized and understood."

"It is impossible to go through life without trust: that is to be imprisoned in the worst cell of all, oneself."

"But recently I began to feel that maybe I wouldn't be able to do what I want to do and need to do with American musicians, who are imprisoned behind these bars music's got these bars and measures you know."

"I don't believe in depriving myself of any food or being imprisoned by a diet."

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