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Princeton's WordNet

  1. captive, confined, imprisoned, jailedadjective

    being in captivity

Etymology and Origins

  1. Jailed

    An Americanism for being put in jail, sent to prison.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of jailed in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of jailed in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of jailed in a Sentence

  1. Angela Merkel:

    These deep differences of opinion relate to basic questions of democracy and the rule of law. They relate to freedom of expression in Turkey. They also relate to the many journalists that have been jailed for expressing their opinion.

  2. Mohammed Naiem Asadi:

    If I am sent back to Kabul, I'm afraid I will be jailed by the Afghan government or killed by the Taliban, we are so stressed.

  3. Abdul Ahad:

    I was jailed three times for trying to leave, i wanted to come and see Islamic State for Abdul Ahad Rustam Nazarov... and to help those being oppressed by the Syrian government.

  4. William Ruto:

    Anybody caught in any future doping scandal will be jailed for three years or fined 3 million Kenyan shilling ($29,721) because we want to get rid of crooked people misleading our athletes from our midst.

  5. Maya Wang:

    Although Guo has been at the forefront of China's rights movement, he has also tried to keep a low profile, to remain in that narrowing space without being jailed, the fact that he's detained signals further tightening of the authorities' grip on China's civil society.

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