The room to which a prisoner is confined in a prison.(noun)
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Use "prison cell" in a sentence
"More doubt about al-Qaeda was planted in the Muslim world when Sayyid Imam al-Sharif, an important ideological influence on al-Qaeda, withdrew his support for the terrorist organization in a 2007 book written from his prison cell in Cairo."
"Zarqawi would rise to become the pathologically brutal leader of the group known as Al-Qaeda in Iraq by a circuitous route that would take him from a Jordanian prison cell to Taliban-controlled Afghanistan and finally to Iraq."
"The rest of the world faded away as he concentrated on the bleak-looking prison cell Maia had described."