Synonyms of confine
• He has been confined to his barracks.
• He was imprisoned for 18 months on charges of anti-state agitation.
• The land was enclosed by an eight-foot wire fence.
• He was interned as an enemy at the outbreak of the war.
• It can cost $50,000 to incarcerate a prisoner for a year.
• The monarch's powers are circumscribed by Parliament.
• Don't you think it's cruel to cage wild creatures?
• She had largely confined her activities to the world of big business.
• The fence would restrict public access.
• He limited payments on the country's foreign debt.
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• All are bound by the same strict etiquette.
restrictlimithandicapconfinedetainrestrainhamperinhibithinderimpedehem inkeep within bounds or limits
boundIf someone's life or situation is bounded by certain things, those are its most important aspects and it is limited or restricted by them.
• Our lives are bounded by work, family and television.
• the bounds of good taste
Thesaurus for confine from the Collins English Thesaurus