jail cell

NOUN
  1. a room where a prisoner is kept
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  • He has few fond recollections of his six weeks in a German jail cell.
  • [Verse Three] Trees buckled like knees Continuing to build and break the seventh seal From the sky came firey hail, trains derailed Horseman hooded with sheets shaped in concrete War of the lion, voids thunder when I speak From their finger came lightning, striking the beast {* thunder*} Jail cell broken by the wise WN.com - Articles related to Product Review: Easy Cake Chocolate Cake with Dark Chocolate
  • Judging from the tragic footage that has come out of Tahrir Square and Alexandria, and the horror stories leaking out of jail cells, Mr. Mubarak may, in fact, protract his rule for weeks or even months. Mubarak's Interests Are Not America's
  • I spent a couple hours in a jail cell after one arrest and a life-transforming month in a juvenile shelter after a parental conflict over my incorrigibility. Christine A. Scheller: 'Felon' Is The New N-Word
  • The police lieutenant who handled the case of our intruder called and informed me that the man who broke into our house was found dead in his jail cell.
  • Jared's brother gets whacked, and Jared finds himself a prisoner, inexplicably held captive in a jail cell.
  • The result is that Cassius Broaster sits in a federal jail cell with little to do but keep his big yap shut.
  • He had not been accused of a crime, yet Curtis Brown spent 10 of his last days in a jail cell.
  • As between further violence and contempt of court, she may rationally choose the jail cell.
  • He appeared by video link to have charges dropped against him for having a shank in his jail cell.
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