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confined

[ kuhn-fahynd ]
/ kənˈfaɪnd /
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adjective
limited or restricted.
unable to leave a place because of illness, imprisonment, etc.
being in childbirth; being in parturition.
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British Dictionary definitions for confined

confined
/ (kənˈfaɪnd) /

adjective
enclosed or restricted; limited
in childbed; undergoing childbirth

Derived forms of confined

confinedly (kənˈfaɪnɪdlɪ), adverbconfinedness, noun
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