immure : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v lock up or confine, in or as in a jail
- Once again, human ingenuity and the will to freedom had prevailed over Communist East Germany's determination to immure its citizens behind the most formidable frontier in history.
- Also in the convent are "penitents," delinquent girls who may be committed by their families or by a court, and worldlings impelled to immure themselves by a sudden agony of remorse or access of faith.
- Harding Biographer Francis Russell discovered the correspondence in 1963, but Harding's heirs sued to block publication, and now it has been agreed to immure the letters in the .
News & Articles
- Episode Review: Showtime's new 'Masters of Sex' slow to climax
Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan screaming at each other? About sex? In the ’50s? Color me DTF (in the figurative sense). If it were possible to immure Showtime’s new series, “Masters of Sex,” into a four-sentence back-and-forth with oneself, it would be that back-and-forth. read more
Sept. 19, 2013 - The Michigan Daily