To be confined

Related to To be confined: Confined space
to be in childbed.

See also: Confine

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1] The progress of research has shown that some of these birds, which were then thought to be confined to the islands, occur on the American continent.
Germaine, while you are so unfortunate as to be confined to this room.
Second, she wasn't able to vote since she was about to be confined and was/is under meds,' the actor said.
The mass appeared to be confined to the thyroid, and no pathologic cervical adenopathy was evident.
ARIG's ratings continue to be confined by its weak profitability, which has traditionally relied on investment income in the absence of technical profits.