[min-uh-muh m-si-kyoo r-i-tee]
- (of a prison) designed for prisoners regarded as being less dangerous; having fewer restrictions.
Origin of minimum-security
First recorded in 1960–65
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Examples from the Web for minimum-security
He will most likely be assigned to the minimum-security Laurel Highlands State Prison, which has a special geriatric unit.Sandusky Guilty Verdict: What's Next for Jerry
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