Sentence with the word incarcerates
On Republic Day, we ask Indian and world leaders: what kind of democracy incarcerates and abuses those like Dr Sen who work fearlessly for progressive change?
But this country incarcerates more people than any other country in the world, particularly for a democracy, and there are more than two million people in prison at this juncture.
The United States incarcerates five times more people than Britain, nine times more people than Germany, and twelve times more than Japan.
The Gulag which incarcerates their parents, in the process, often condemns the next generation also to a life in jail.
Is it surprising that the United States incarcerates more of its young people than any other country in the world?
Congress has ordered the panel that advises judges on prison terms to conduct a review of mandatory-minimum sentences, a move that could lead to a dramatic rethinking of how the U.S. incarcerates its criminals.
And a British prison system eager to emulate the U.S. -- that is, the "land of the free" with its pernicious war on terror and its prison-industrial-complex -- incarcerates black, Asian and increasingly Muslim men at a disproportionate rate.
Meanwhile, a high percentage of black youths are doomed to spend much of their lives in prison — in a nation which incarcerates its citizens at 4 times the rate of even totalitarian China.
The US incarcerates more people than any other nation in the world, accounting for almost a quarter of the world's prisoners.
Given the punitive climate in a society that incarcerates more of its citizens than any other in the world, it should be no surprise that the United States has more of its youth behind bars, with a heavy emphasis on kids of color, than any other nation.
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- Synonym for "incarcerates"
- imprison, confine, imprisoned, jail
- Verb Forms for "incarcerates"
- incarcerated, incarcerates, incarcerating
- Hypernym for "incarcerates"
- detain, confine
- Equivalent for "incarcerates"
- Etymologically Related for "incarcerates"
- carcerate, carceral
- Form for "incarcerates"