A confinement in a place, especially a prison.(noun)
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Use "imprisonment" in a sentence
"The term, €˜rigorous imprisonment€ ™, has become an oxymoron € "prisoners now prefer and are allowed a life of leisure. €œIf a person is sentenced to rigorous imprisonment, he has to compulsorily do some menial work like washing vessels or mopping floors."
"“I have just learned,” resumed the nun, “that your conduct this morning, which is understood to have thrown a premeditated insult upon the abbess, is to be punished with what they call imprisonment; alas! why should I soften the truth, — with what I believe is death itself, for who ever returned alive from that hideous chamber.”"
"The most profound effect of my imprisonment is the positive realization of the freedoms and liberties that our country affords to its citizens by the"