left to rot in jail/prison

Definition of left to rot in jail/prison

  1. :  left in jail/prison for a very long time

Word by Word Definitions

leftplay
  1. :  of, relating to, situated on, or being the side of the body in which the heart is mostly located

    :  done with the left hand

    :  located nearer to the left hand than to the right

  1. :  the left hand

    :  the location or direction of the left side

    :  the part on the left side

  1. : past tense and past participle ofleave

  1. :  to undergo decomposition from the action of bacteria or fungi

    :  to become unsound or weak (as from use or chemical action)

    :  to go to ruin :  deteriorate

  1. :  the process of rotting :  the state of being rotten :  decay

    :  something rotten or rotting

    :  a wasting putrescent disease

jailplay
  1. :  a place of confinement for persons held in lawful custody

    :  such a place under the jurisdiction of a local government (such as a county) for the confinement of persons awaiting trial or those convicted of minor crimes — compare prison

    :  confinement in a jail

  1. :  to confine in or as if in a jail

prisonplay
  1. :  a state of confinement or captivity

    :  a place of confinement especially for lawbreakers

    :  an institution (such as one under state jurisdiction) for confinement of persons convicted of serious crimes — compare jail

  1. :  imprison, confine


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