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incarcerate

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of incarcerate

  1. to put in or as if in prison the state incarcerated over 1900 people last year Synonyms of incarcerate commit, confine, immure, imprison, intern, jail, jug, lock (up)Words Related to incarcerate constrain, limit, restrain, restrict, shut; bar, gate; apprehend, arrest, bust [slang], capture, catch, detain, nab, pick up, pinch, seize; impress, shanghai; hold, impound, keep; bind, enchain, fetter, handcuff, manacle, shackle, trammelNear Antonyms of incarcerate emancipate, enfranchise, manumit, unbind, uncage, unchain, unfetterAntonyms of incarcerate discharge, free, liberate, release



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