To restrict; to keep withinbounds; to shut or keep in a limited space or area (verb)
Examples of word confine
That a man should lay down his life for his friend seems strange to vulgar affections and such as confine themselves within that worldly principle, “Charity begins at home.”
Indeed, it is nowadays oddly daring for a real artistic talent (that is, one properly attentive to considerations of language and truthfulness) to "confine" itself to this task.
Friend, seems strange to vulgar affections, and such as confine themselves within that Worldly principle, Charity begins at home.
That a man should lay down his life for his Friend, seems strange to vulgar affections, and such as confine themselves within that Worldly principle, Charity begins at home.
He is correct in the assumption that the idea is to "confine" cyclists to their lane.
He is every flabby inch the ramshackle roisterer, who announces the keynote of his unbuttoned, spilling-over performance in his spluttering rejection of the notion that he "confine"
Calculations were based on the primary structural frame in both cases: HabiTek's post-and-beam steel frame; and for CMC, the concrete columns and beams used to "confine" masonry.
I thought we were doing quite well when we managed to reduce the whole house clutter to 2 bedrooms 'worth (or was it' confine 'rather than' reduce '?) … … Either way, I appreciate you more each time I read your blog, and extend thanks that you are so willing to share your life insights and experience.