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Prison, vb. to confine, to restrain from liberty: “a lily --ed in a gaol of snow,” Ven. 362. “her tears . . . being --ed in her eye like pearls in glass,” Ven. 362 “his true respect will p. false desire,” Lucr. 642. “p. my heart in thy steel bosom's ward,” Sonn. 133, 9. “universal plodding --s up the nimble spirits in the arteries,” LLL IV, 3, 305 (O. Edd. poisons). “the --ed bird,” Cymb. III, 3, 43.
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