They can see what happens to Arab dictators and their sons when they quit—exile, imprisonment, or death.
The announcement speech called Mandela a “moral authority” and praised his lack of bitterness despite decades of imprisonment.
On the fourth anniversary of his imprisonment in Cuba, American Alan Gross wrote a desperate letter to President Obama.
The rebels, both generals and democrats, know what will happen if Saleh prevails—exile, imprisonment, or death.
Then, in 2013, Ai used precious jade to replicate the handcuffs that confined him to his chair during his 2011 imprisonment.
There will be only a few months of imprisonment and then I will be free.
He was liberated after a week's imprisonment, but banished to his chateau at Verteuil.
Here he experienced all the rigour of penury and imprisonment for seven years.
His imprisonment was intended to be little more than nominal.
But for the first few days after Dalaber's arrest and imprisonment the excitement was too keen to admit of any mediation.
late 14c., from Anglo-French emprisonement, Old French emprisonement (13c.), from emprisoner (see imprison).