The politics of personality are not confined to economic policy.
Recently she had been confined in a hospital ward about three hours away from the Ukrainian capital.
Former Missouri State Senator Chuck Graham is paraplegic and confined to a wheelchair.
Powers buried all five bodies outside a garage in Quiet Dell, West Virginia, where he had confined and then killed them.
Ed Warren, having undergone a health crisis, was confined to a hospital bed in the living room.
All his tenderness was confined within the narrow circle of himself.
If it be possible for so universal a lover to be confined so long to one object?
Since when I have confined my week-end visiting exclusively to lumber camps.
And what less did the world think of me now, he asked, than that I was confined that I might not?
Such vacillating conduct, however, we are sorry to record, was not confined to the two gentlemen just mentioned.
c.1400, "boundary, limit" (usually as confines), from Old French confins "boundaries," from Medieval Latin confines, from Latin confinium (plural confinia) "boundary, limit," from confine, neuter of confinis "bordering on, having the same boundaries," from com- "with" (see com-) + finis "an end" (see finish (n.)).
1520s, "to border on," from Middle French confiner, from confins (n.); see confine (n.). Sense of "keeping within limits" is from 1590s. Related: Confined; confining.