Prison (Substantives), jail, gaol, prison-house, house of detention, lock-up, the cells, clink, cage, coop, den, cell, stronghold, fortress, keep, dungeon, bastille, oubliette, Bridewell, toll-booth, panopticon, penitentiary, guardroom, hold, roundhouse, black-hole, station, enclosure, pen, fold, pound, paddock, stocks, bilboes.
Newgate, King's Bench, Fleet, Marshalsea, Pentonville, Holloway, Dartmoor, etc., Sing-Sing.
Fetter, shackle, trammel, bond, chain, iron, collar, cangue, pinion, gyve, fetlock, fetterlock, manacle, handcuff, darbies, strait-waistcoat; muzzle, gag, bridle, curb, bit, snaffle, rein, martingale, leading-strings, swaddling- bands, tether, picket, band, brake.
Bolt, bar, lock, padlock, rail, wall, paling, palisade 232, fence, corral, barrier, barricade.
Concierge, duenna, chaperon.
(Adjectives). In custody, in charge, imprisoned, locked up, incarcerated.
Commission (Substantives), delegation, consignment, assignment, devolution, procuration, deputation, legation, mission, agency, clerkship, agentship; errand, embassy, charge, brevet, diploma, exequatur, committal, commitment.
Appointment, nomination, ordination, installation, inauguration.
Vicegerency, regency, regentship.
(Verbs). To commission, delegate, depute, devolve, send out, consign, charge, entrust with, commit to, enlist.
To appoint, name, nominate, ordain, install, induct, inaugurate, invest, crown, return.
Employ, empower, set over.
To be commissioned, to represent.
Abolition, abolishment, counter-order, countermand, repudiation, nullification, recantation, palinode, retractation, see 607.
(Verbs). To abrogate, annul, cancel, revoke, repeal, rescind, over-rule, abolish, disannul, dissolve, quash, repudiate, nullify, retract, recant, recall, countermand, counter-order, break off, disclaim, declare null and void, set aside, do away with; to be off.
To dismiss, send off, send away, discard, turn off, turn away, cashier, sack, oust, unseat, unthrone, dethrone, depose, uncrown, send back.
(Phrases). Send about one's business; put one's nose out of joint; give one the mitten, the chuck, the sack, the boot.
(Adjectives). Abrogated, etc.; functus officio.
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