Definition of Incarcerated

1. Verb. (past of incarcerate) ¹



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Definition of Incarcerated

1. incarcerate [v] - See also: incarcerate

Medical Definition of Incarcerated

1. Confined; imprisoned; trapped. Origin: L. In, in, + carcero, pp. -atus, to imprison, fr. Carcer, prison (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incarcerated

incapacitates
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incapacities
incapacity
incapsulate
incapsulated
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incarcerable
incarcerate
incarcerated (current term)
incarcerated hernia
incarcerated placenta
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incarceration symptom
incarcerations
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incardinate
incardinated
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incardinating
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Literary usage of Incarcerated

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1. Assessing Literacy: The Framework for the National Adult Literacy Survey (NALS) by Anne Campbell, Irwin S. Kirsch, Andrew Kolstad (1996)
"Both the household and incarcerated questionnaires were translated into Spanish and administered by bilingual interviewers. Spanish is the second most ..."

2. Comparing Federal and State Prison Inmates, 1991 by Caroline Wolf Harlow (1994)
"Family members incarcerated Lower percentages of Federal than State prisoners had immediate family members who had been incarcerated (26% versus 38%) (table ..."

3. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1899)
"The Treatment of the incarcerated Pregnant Uterus hy an Elastic Bag. ... of the pregnant uterus which became incarcerated aud which was restored to normal ..."

4. Elements of homoeopathic practice of physic by Joseph Laurie, James S. Douglas (1853)
"[The following practical remarks of M. Traub,* on the homoeopathic treatment of incarcerated hernia, appear to us to require no apology for their insertion ..."

5. The British and Foreign Medical Review: Or Quarterly Journal of Practical (1838)
"On the 13th and 14th September, 1837, she had two violent paroxysms, in consequence of which the hernia became incarcerated. The tumour was of the size of a ..."

6. Homœopathic Therapeutics by Samuel Lilienthal (1890)
"Pressure towards head and chest; oppression of chest; sour or bitter eructations; putrid in the morning; pressure under short ribs, as from incarcerated ..."

7. The Western Journal of Medicine and Surgery by Daniel Drake, Lundsford Pitts Yandell (1846)
"... find Gummy Extract of Opium into the Urethra in incarcerated Inguinal Hernia. ... incarcerated hernia, in which the operation was obstinately refused, ..."

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