Immurement

Immurement (from Latin im- `in` and mūrus `wall`; literally `walling in`) is a form of imprisonment, usually for life, in which a person is, for example, locked within an enclosed space and all possible exits turned into impassable walls. This includes instances where people have been enclosed in extremely tight confinement, such as within ...
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Immurement

• (n.) The act iif immuring, or the state of being immured; imprsonment.
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Immurement

Im·mure'ment noun The act of immuring, or the state of being immured; imprisonment.
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immurement

the state of being imprisoned
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