confinedadj. 1. having movement restricted to within a certain area; -- usually a building. Opposite of unconfined. [Narrower terms: claustrophobic; close, confining; homebound, housebound, shut-in; in childbed(prenominal); pent, shut up(predicate); snowbound; weather-bound; stormbound, storm-bound]
2. deprived of liberty; especially placed under arrest or restraint.
3. having movement restricted to within an enclosed outdoor area; -- of animals.
Syn. -- fenced in, penned.
(Med.) not invading healthy tissue.
5. held prisoner.
Syn. -- captive, imprisoned, jailed.
6. having movement or progress restricted to a certain area; as, an outbreak of the plague
confined to one quarter of the city; wildfires
confined to within the canyon.
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