- v place limits on (extent or access)
- v restrict or confine, "I limit you to two visits to the pub a day"
- v prevent from leaving or from being removed
- v close in; darkness enclosed him"
- v deprive of freedom; take into confinement
- v to close within bounds, limit or hold back from movement
- a not invading healthy tissue
- a not free to move about
- s being in captivity
- Joe Biden in Politico
In an interview Thursday on NBC's "Today" show, Biden said, "I would tell members of my family - and I have - I wouldn't go anywhere in confined places now," Biden said on NBC's "Today" show... "It's not that it's going to Mexico. It's [that]...
- Ruth Bader Ginsburg in USA Today
Ginsburg said, "Because Skilling's misconduct entailed no bribe or kickback, he did not conspire to commit honest services fraud under our confined construction (of the law). We leave for remand the question whether the error is harmless in light of...
- Ben Bernanke in CanadianBusiness.com
Moreover, the adverse impact of a default would not have been confined to the financial system but would have been felt broadly in the real economy through its effects on asset values and credit availability,Bernanke said.