And the food is supposedly worse than the conditions of confinement.
Manning, reportedly being held in confinement in Kuwait, is already facing court martial in the military justice system.
The report says that the purpose of confinement to a mental hospital is often a means to rein in critics of the government.
He was released from confinement as part of last week's spy swap with Washington.
By late Jan. 2003, Tenet had signed the first formal guidelines for interrogation and confinement.
Some species do not set well during very dry weather and some are impatient of confinement.
We were well treated, however, suffering no other confinement than that of the ship.
Becoming convalescent, in a measure, I was removed to my former place of confinement.
But it is impossible that my old friend shall remain in confinement.
In the following scenes we shall endeavour to demonstrate the monstrous and inevitable consequences of confinement in masses.
1590s, from French confinement (16c.; the Old French word was confinacion), from confiner (see confine). As a euphemism for "childbed" it dates from 1774 (the Middle English expression was Our Lady's bands).
confinement con·fine·ment (kən-fīn'mənt)
The act of restricting or the state of being restricted in movement.