Imprisoner


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Im`pris´on`er


n.1.One who imprisons.
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It's unclear as to whether there's something the imprisoner wants in order to halt the killing, or if he plans on doing it just for the sake of the President knowing there's likely nothing he can do to stop it.
In the Titanomachy, Zeus frees Kronos's brothers, the hundred-handers, and requests their help battling Kronos, his father and their original imprisoner.
An expert mimic, Fey nails'the curly hair and power suits and is delightfully incompetent in trying to bring down Kimmy's imprisoner.
One man was a worker, the other man was jobless and third one was an imprisoner.