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use "confine" in a sentence


Specifically, I'm a customer who doesn't want to confine himself just to Apple products and services.

Please confine yourself to a short comment.

Confine your remarks to the matter we are discussing.

There is a Chinese proverb which states: "Do not confine your children to your own learning, for they were born in another time."

Using Battle Cat, he was able to confine the beast and save the endangered team.

Mark Twain once said, "I am not one of those who in expressing opinions confine themselves to facts."

Louisa May Alcott once said, "My definition of a philosopher is of a man up in a balloon, with his family and friends holding the ropes which confine him to Earth, and trying to haul him down."

We should confine the discussion to the question at issue.

Find someone who is confident of his/her speaking ability in English. confine

Menelek II afterwards used Ankober to confine his political prisoners.36.

The Japanese pleaded with Horan not to confine themselves in a place likely to bombed again.

To do so, one must realize that it is not sufficient to confine oneself exclusively to facts.

Asked how he intended to confine the General, Bastien-Thiry replied "We would just have taken away his spectacles and braces".

Many reef fish confine themselves to one small neighbourhood where every hiding place is known and can be immediately accessed.

Though many exhibitors confine themselves to classes just for ponies, some top ponies are competitive against full-sized horses.

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