A few minutes later Doctor Jekyll—or rather Mr. Hyde—accompanied by three attendants, entered the padded cell.
During most of this time I was held also in seclusion in a padded cell.
For there is but an inch of difference between the cushioned chamber and the padded cell.
Except for the ticking of a clock the room was silent as a padded cell.
Bob tried to chronicle his feelings in the padded cell, but he couldnt conjure up anything awful or harrowing.
That was, so to speak, a conjuring-trick of a laying-box, which let the egg fall through a trap-door into a padded cell beneath.
Shir K'han padded up to his side and informed him that he would have to rest in a padded cell while the landing took place.
Another winter interned here,” wrote such a one, “and I shall need a padded cell.
I'd as soon talk to a man in a padded cell and a strait-jacket.
The theory of Edwards, who is now confined in a padded cell in the Tombs, is different.
Where you put lusers so they can't hurt anything. A program that limits a luser to a carefully restricted subset of the capabilities of the host system (for example, the "rsh" utility on USG Unix). Note that this is different from an iron box because it is overt and not aimed at enforcing security so much as protecting others (and the luser) from the consequences of the luser's boundless naivet'e (see naive). Also "padded cell environment".