Definition of Incarcerates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of incarcerate) ¹



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Definition of Incarcerates

1. incarcerate [v] - See also: incarcerate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incarcerates

incapacitations
incapacitative
incapacities
incapacity
incapsulate
incapsulated
incapsulates
incapsulating
incapsulation
incapsulations
incarcerable
incarcerate
incarcerated
incarcerated hernia
incarcerated placenta
incarcerates (current term)
incarcerating
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incarceration symptom
incarcerations
incarcerator
incardinate
incardinated
incardinates
incardinating
incardination
incardinations
incarial bone
incarn
incarnadine

Literary usage of Incarcerates

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1. Processus Bernardi Delitiosi: the trial of Fr. Bernard Délicieux, 3 by Alan Friedlander (1996)
"... incarcerates qui sunt in dicto muro. Et post hoc incontinent! idem ... fecit de dicto muro dictos incarcerates et duci ad civitatem ..."

2. In England & Wales 1981-86 by Patrick A. Langan (1999)
"Naturally the United States incarcerates more people than England (including Wales): far more people live in the United States. A more meaningful comparison ..."

3. The Practice of Obstetrics: Designed for the Use of Students and by James Clifton Edgar (1916)
"... which incarcerates the placenta, the fundus uteri remaining in a lax ... after the abuse of ergot, incarcerates the placenta for the time being (Fig. ..."

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