imprisoned in a sentence

He ran the risk of being caught and imprisoned.

The soldier was imprisoned for defying an order to shoot the enemy captives.

The rich socialite was imprisoned for poisoning her husband to get his fortune.

Someone once said, “Let your imagination release your imprisoned possibilities.


Human rights activists in that country are routinely imprisoned by the government.

Galileo was imprisoned for ten years because of his theories regarding the universe.

Robert Schuller once said, “Let your imagination release your imprisoned possibilities.


She was imprisoned in her native country for speaking out against government corruption.

Billions of dollars have been spent, and thousands of people imprisoned in the war on drugs.

Because of his theories regarding the universe, Galileo was imprisoned and threatened with torture.

Within the clock tower of Big Ben, there are jail cells where members of Parliament can be imprisoned.

A large number of university students were imprisoned after demonstrating against government corruption.

Cyril Connolly once said that imprisoned in every fat man, a thin one is wildly signaling to be let out.

In 1542, Catherine, the fifth wife of King Henry VIII, was imprisoned in Hampton Court and later beheaded.

The father of a young man imprisoned in Thailand has pleaded with the Ambassador to work on his son’s behalf.

In 1542, Catherine, the fifth wife of King Henry VIII, was imprisoned in Hampton Court prior to being beheaded.

A large number of university students were imprisoned after demonstrating for democracy in the nation’s capital.

Many Chilean immigrants to this country are people who were imprisoned or intimidated during the Pinochet regime.

All were imprisoned by the Allies after the war and later sentenced to death or given long prison terms for war crimes.

The father of a young Australian man imprisoned in Thailand has pleaded with the Ambassador to work on his son’s behalf.

He was imprisoned for betraying his country after telling the international press of his country’s secret nuclear weapons program.

The young man was imprisoned in Thailand for ten years after being arrested for trying to smuggle illegal drugs out of the country.

In September 1992, the President of Tajikistan was imprisoned, and Islamic groups took over control of the government for a short period.

The human rights organization Amnesty International works on behalf of people who are imprisoned for their political or religious beliefs.

A recent report claims that the Justice Department imprisoned dozens of Muslim men for months without reason following the attacks of 9/11.