Confinement

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Negative EmotionPlay
Confinement here often implies a lack of freedom and can evoke a sense of punishment or restraint. SlideThe prisoner's confinement led to a feeling of hopelessness.
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This type of confinement is frequently discussed in legal, crime-related, or justice system contexts. SlideThe jury deliberated the terms of his confinement.
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Duration VariesPlay
Confinement can be for a short period or many years, depending on the scenario it's being used in. SlideShort confinement can be a corrective measure.