Currently, he is incarcerated in a federal facility in Florida.
One in three black men in America is incarcerated in his lifetime.
incarcerated women are twice as likely to be rape survivors than women in general, and abuse often continues in prison.
Victorious Republican Gov. Nathan Deal boasted of his progress in reducing the number of incarcerated black men in Georgia.
Their two sons, Gamal and Alaa, are held at Tora prison, where opponents of the old regime were once incarcerated.
The greatest rogues were not incarcerated; they were too cunning to be caught.
He still didn't know why he was incarcerated, or what regulation he had broken.
The difference here is like that between strangulated and incarcerated hernia.
He was not sent back to the Success, but was incarcerated in the jail at Melbourne.
According to M. Maxime Ducamp, the incarcerated beggars work as they like and when they like.
incarcerated in·car·cer·at·ed (ĭn-kär'sə-rā'tĭd)
Confined or trapped, as a hernia.