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Noun
/ˈpriz(ə)nər/,
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prisoners, plural;
  1. A person legally committed to prison as a punishment for crimes they have committed or while awaiting trial

  2. A person captured and kept confined by an enemy, opponent, or criminal
    • - the heroine was being held prisoner in a cave
    • - 200 rebels were taken prisoner
  3. A person who is or feels confined or trapped by a situation or set of circumstances
    • - he's become a prisoner of the publicity he's generated

  1. a person who is confined; especially a prisoner of war
  2. (prison) a correctional institution where persons are confined while on trial or for punishment
  3. (prison) a prisonlike situation; a place of seeming confinement
  4. Transistor is the fourth studio album by 311. It was released on August 5, 1997. The album was certified Platinum.
  5. Prisoner is the sixteenth studio album by American singer-actress Cher, released on October 22, 1979 by Casablanca Records. Prisoner had a more moderate success, mostly due to the dance track "Hell on Wheels".
  6. Beauty Killer is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Jeffree Star, released September 22, 2009 under Popsicle Records through Warner Music Group's Independent Label Group. ...
  7. Prisoner is an Australian television soap opera which was set in the Wentworth Detention Centre, a fictional women's prison. The series was produced by the Reg Grundy Organisation and ran on Network Ten for 692 episodes from 27 February 1979 to 16 December 1986.
  8. The Prisoner is a 17-episode British television series first broadcast in the UK from 29 September 1967 to 1 February 1968. Starring and co-created by Patrick McGoohan, it combined spy fiction with elements of science fiction, allegory, and psychological drama.
  9. The Prisoner is a 1955 drama film directed by Peter Glenville and featuring Alec Guinness and Jack Hawkins.
  10. Island of Fire is a 1990 Taiwanese action-crime film directed by Chu Yin-Ping. The film is also known in the UK as Island on Fire and in Germany and the United States as The Prisoner. It was shot in Taiwan and the Philippines.
  11. The Prisoner is a 2009 television miniseries based on the 1960s TV series The Prisoner. It was co-produced by American cable network AMC with the British channel ITV.
  12. The Prisoner is the seventh and final album by Herbie Hancock on the Blue Note label, released in 1969. His next record would be on Warner Bros. Records.
  13. A person incarcerated in a prison, while on trial or serving a sentence; Any person held against his or her will
  14. (Prisoners) Casualties · Spanish flu · Rape of Belgium · Ottoman People: (Armenian Genocide · Assyrian Genocide · Pontic Greek Genocide) · Female roles · Popular culture  · German prisoners of war in the United States
  15. (prisoners) values for c in the Julia Set or Mandelbrot set where at each iteration the resulting value becomes smaller and smaller, approaching zero.
  16. (Prison) Refers to an action taken by administrators - moving griefers to the prison station, where they stay for a round. If you want to see what it's like... just ask. It is however rarely used in practice.
  17. (Prison) State facilities where persons convicted of the commission of a felony (or multiple felonies) are held. The state Department of Corrections (or similar title) oversees the management of prisons, and most departments have victim services programs.
  18. (Prison) Prisons are run by state governments and the federal government. Prisons typically hold felons and people with sentences of more than 364 days.
  19. (PRISON) Condition of restraint.
  20. (PRISON) Feeling confined to a situation; limiting or restricting yourself / Self-punishment
  21. (PRISON) If the accused is sentenced to prison, he/she will serve his/her sentence in one of the state institutions in Georgia.
  22. (Prison (or Police Station)) Term used by the Global Detention Project to denote jails, prisons, polices station lock ups, and detention centres for juvenile offenders that are also used to hold immigration detainees. ...
  23. (Prison) 1) A place where any lady may have a baby without fearing society. 2) An institution where even crooks go wrong. 3) The House of a thousand Tears. 4) The last resort of the obscure to achieve fame. 5) A banker's mess-hall. ...
  24. (Prison) A correctional facility that houses inmates generally sentenced to a period of incarceration exceeding one year. Prisons are typically operated by state corrections agencies, although private companies also operate prisons in some states.
  25. (Prison) A place reserved for the fallen spirits who break the law, including, but not restricted to, Scoundrel Generals, Evangelists, Pastards, Preaching Elders, Elders and deacons who commit perjury in stalking trials by lying under oath, stalkers and fondlers; also, it ain't gonna happen