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boom2 a floating enclosure, made of chains or ropes, that is used to confine floating objects such as boats and timber. [1/5 definitions]
bottleneck to impede or confine, or be hindered, as by a bottleneck. [1/4 definitions]
box1 to confine or contain within or as within a box. [1/9 definitions]
cabin to enclose or confine. [1/4 definitions]
cage a boxlike enclosure having some sections covered by wire or bars and used to confine and often to display animals or birds, as at a zoo. [1/4 definitions]
chain to hold captive; confine. [1/9 definitions]
chamber to enclose or confine in or as if in a chamber. [1/6 definitions]
circumscribe to keep within bounds; confine; restrict. [1/3 definitions]
constrain to keep within tight restrictions; confine. [1/3 definitions]
coop to confine in or as in a coop (often fol. by up). [1/3 definitions]
crib to confine in, or as though in, a crib. [1/12 definitions]
fetter to place fetters on or otherwise restrain or confine. [1/3 definitions]
immure to confine within or as though within walls; shut in. [1/2 definitions]
impound to shut up or confine (an animal) in a pound. [2/3 definitions]
imprison to confine or restrict as though in a prison. [1/2 definitions]
incarcerate to confine in or as if in a prison; imprison. [1/2 definitions]
institutionalize to place or confine in an appropriate institution, esp. for treatment of physical or mental illness. [1/3 definitions]
intern1 to confine in a prison or camp, esp. during wartime. [1/2 definitions]
limit to put boundaries on or around; confine or restrict. [1/4 definitions]
localize to confine to a particular place. [1/2 definitions]
lock1 to confine or imprison (usu. fol. by up or in). [1/10 definitions]