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Confines — synonyms, confines antonyms, definition
1. confines (Noun)
boundary bounds country dimension land limits perimeter range region scope size terrain turf
confines (Noun) — A bounded scope.
ex. "he stayed within the confines of the city"
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2. confines (Verb)
circumscribes detains encloses holds holds in restrains restricts throttles trammels
confines (Verb) — Place limits on (extent or access).
ex. "confine the use of this parking lot"
confines (Verb) — Restrict in quantity or scope.
ex. "I confine you to two visits to the pub a day"
confines (Verb) — Prevent from leaving or from being removed.
confines (Verb) — Close in.
ex. "darkness confined him"
confines (Verb) — Deprive of freedom; take into confinement.
confines (Verb) — Limit to within certain bounds; physically prevent from moving.
ex. "This confines the local until the express passengers change trains"
19 types of
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