Common misspellings for prison:
posicion, presonl, prisine, prisitne, prasozin, prsonnel, pressign, rason, primin, prenisone, prestion, parisan, prssing, prizon, perperson, parifin, prasent, partisin, perisan, poinson, arrson, pristeen, poisen, presene, perousan, polyresin, areson, prahan, prasing, preisent, rison, pereson, prospone, prson, presona, theperesonal, prisom, presant, presing, prisonor, prizom, prsion, possison, presicion, particion, perisod, paritsan, prsonal, penison, vrison, pristein, verison, pserson, provison, priven, arison, priceton, partisen, predisone, peorion, praiseing, peresonal, pricetone, prsent, peson, rissen, pasison, prisnor, prerson, prsient, permissiion, presonnel, preson, parrifin, perwson, prisoneer, reison, prisiner, posisoin, perfecion, presonal, prseant, prisonmate, pirson, prsonally, prist, arizon, prussion, pricign, presont, presimon, poriton, derison, prision, precausaion, presoner, persson, peoson, presecne, parisen, presanal, pristne, prion, pristien, pison, purson, priosn, pressin, patison, prioven, pitosin, prisonerr, presonnal, prescion, prescene, piosen, parkison, harison, perousaan, perosnnel, permisson, prusing, prisson, petson, presine, pristen, pinson, presonce, precison, prestn, permsiion, fricion, presion, pioson, prisice, persicion, prisent, risan, parmasen, horisin, verisogn, pertson, prisonner, persron, paresean, percaucion, porion, corisone, prsons, poisone, prioson, poson, prosion, parkson, prisone, pewrson, prisonnlike, perrsonel, erason, verizion, picasson, promion, garison, trason, perosn, parmason, perdson, presen, presason, horisen, prestone, prisinor, permisiion, frisen, peprson, perosnify, prisin, perrsonal, parmeson, pritn, prinsoner, prusian, pricen, presison, parisean, arisona, perrmisson, poryion, poinsen, meiresonne, prsioner, procen, perosnl, prersonla, prisim, torison, passon, arizaon, pragon, parisien, oreson, prisn, prassour, preason, prosent, premisson, parisienne, paresan, trison, proson, precicion, herrison, harrson, perason, partison, pricision, perion, praisng, preision, perison, perisonal, vrsion, priasing, prizoner, permissoin, poisn, purising, treson, preciscion, naprosen, priosns, horison, partisn, posirion, perrmsiion, percusiion, probono, priceand, paremsan, permisison, harisson, parmison, prtion, prisem, pristene, prersonal, eprson, parisol, peroson, prettysoon, crison, perimisson, prisen, prosoner, arisn, pression, perosnla, pristin, perosonal, prisonar, veriosn, permison, proison, probaion, prizemoney, perosona, virizion, perrson, prostion, paramesan, prisionor, priison, eprosn, presonly, percison, perisoner, peeson, pwerson, prisener, presin, perisot, perission, pesrson, prosonal, perrsonnel, prson's, pererson, poisson, parising, preciison, precisoin, prenisolone, predison, preseaon, prsto, priceof, prisoned, prions, prizons, peison, pdison, pfison, ptison, p5ison, p4ison, pruson, prjson, prkson, pr9son, pr8son, priaon, prixon, pridon, prieon, priwon, priskn, prisln, prispn, pris0n, pris9n, prisob, prisoj, prisoh, lprison, plrison, p-rison, 0prison, p0rison, preison, pdrison, prdison, pfrison, prfison, ptrison, prtison, p5rison, pr5ison, p4rison, pr4ison, pruison, priuson, prjison, prijson, prkison, prikson, pr9ison, pri9son, pr8ison, pri8son, priason, prisaon, prizson, priszon, prixson, prisxon, pridson, prisdon, prieson, priseon, priwson, priswon, prisoin, priskon, prisokn, prislon, prisoln, prispon, prisopn, pris0on, priso0n, pris9on, priso9n, prisobn, prisonb, prisomn, prisonm, prisojn, prisonj, prisohn, prisonh, rpison, prisno, pprison, prrison, prisoon, prisonn, xrison, rrison, qrison, p2ison, pbison, pzison, pvison, psison, pryson, prmson, prhson, pri3on, pricon, priqon, priron, prisgn, prisnn, prisof, prisol, prisoo, prayeson, preyeson, prisewn, prisown, prisun, pr ison, pri son, pris on, priso n.
Definition of prison:
- way Co., So Mo. 5SS; Railroad Co. v. Bell, 112 Pa. 400, 4 Atl. 50; Lewis v. Seifert, 110 Pa. ('. 28, 11 Atl. 514, 2 Am. St. Rep. 031; Minneapolis v. Lund in, 58 Fed. 525, 7 C. C. A. 344; I.indvall v. Woods ( C. C.) 44 Fed. 855; Perras v. Rootli, 82 Minn. 101, S4 N. W. 730; Van Onsen v. Letellier, 73 Mich. 402. 44 N. W. 572; I
- The first occasion on which we read of a prison is in the history of Joseph in Egypt. Then Potiphar, " Joseph's master, took him, and put him into the prison, a place where the king's prisoners were bound" ( Genesis 39:20-23 ). The Heb. word here used ( sohar) means properly a round tower or fortress. It seems to have been a part of Potiphar's house, a place in which state prisoners were kept. The Mosaic law made no provision for imprisonment as a punishment. In the wilderness two persons were " put in ward" ( Leviticus 24:12 ; Numbers 15:34 ), but it was only till the mind of God concerning them should be ascertained. Prisons and prisoners are mentioned in the book of ( Psalms 69:33 ; 79:11 ; 142:7 ). Samson was confined in a Philistine prison ( Judges 16:21 Judges 16:25 ). In the subsequent history of Israel frequent references are made to prisons ( 1 Kings 22:27 ; 2 Kings 17:4 ; 1 Kings 25:27 1 Kings 25:29 ; 2 Chr 16:10 ; Isaiah 42:7 ; Jeremiah 32:2 ). Prisons seem to have been common in New Testament times ( Matthew 11:2 ; Matthew 25:36 Matthew 25:43 ). The apostles were put into the " common prison" at the instance of the Jewish council ( Acts 5:18 Acts 5:23 ; 8:3 ); and at Philippi Paul and Silas were thrust into the " inner prison" ( 16:24 ; comp 4:3 ; Acts 12:4 Acts 12:5 ).
- To shut up in a prison; to confine; to enchain.
- a correctional institution where persons are confined while on trial or for punishment
- A place where persons are confined, or restrained of personal liberty; hence, a place or state o/ confinement, restraint, or safe custody.
- Specifically, a building for the safe custody or confinement of criminals and others committed by lawful authority.
- To imprison; to shut up in, or as in, a prison; to confine; to restrain from liberty.
- To bind ( together); to enchain.
- A public building for the confinement of criminals, etc.; jail; any place of confinement.
- A building for the confinement of criminals, etc.: a jail: any place of confinement.
- A jail; place of confinement.
- A place of confinement; jail.
- A public building for the confinement of criminals; any place of confinement.
- A building for the punishment or safe custody of criminals; a place for the confinement of accused persons or debtors; any place of confinement or restraint; sometimes in Scrip., spiritual bondage.