Associations to the word «Prison»
PRISON, noun. A place or institution of confinement, especially of long-term confinement for those convicted of serious crimes or otherwise considered undesirable by the government.
PRISON, noun. (uncountable) Confinement in prison.
PRISON, noun. (colloquial) Any restrictive environment, such as a harsh academy or home.
PRISON, verb. (transitive) To imprison.
PRISON BITCH, noun. (prison slang) A sex slave used in the absence of available women
PRISON BITCHES, noun. Plural of prison bitch
PRISON CELL, noun. The room to which a prisoner is confined in a prison.
PRISON CELLS, noun. Plural of prison cell
PRISON CHASER, noun. (military) A prison guard; particularly one who guards military prisoners on fatigue duty
PRISON CHASERS, noun. Plural of prison chaser
PRISON GANG, noun. A gang at a prison who seeks to intimidate the other inmates, pressuring them to relinquish their food and other resources.
PRISON GANGS, noun. Plural of prison gang
PRISON GUARD, noun. (law enforcement) An armed person working to provide order, security, discipline, punishment, and prevent escapes of prisoners in a jail that answers to a warden
PRISON GUARDS, noun. Plural of prison guard
PRISON LABOR, noun. Work which one is compelled to perform due to lack of options, by choice while in prison, or outright against one's will, while in a condition confinement or slavery.
PRISON RING, noun. Jewellery made in prison.
PRISON, noun. A correctional institution where persons are confined while on trial or for punishment.
PRISON, noun. A prisonlike situation; a place of seeming confinement.
Men govern nothing with more difficulty than their tongues, and can moderate their desires more than their words.