Definition of Cabined

1. Adjective. Confined at close quarters ¹



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Definition of Cabined

1. cabin [v] - See also: cabin

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cabined

cabezons
cabiai
cabiais
cabildo
cabildos
cabin
cabin-boy
cabin-cruiser
cabin boy
cabin boys
cabin car
cabin crew
cabin cruiser
cabin fever
cabin liner
cabined (current term)
cabinet
cabinet maker
cabinet making
cabinet minister
cabinet ministers
cabinet window
cabinet wood
cabinetful
cabinetfuls
cabinetlike
cabinetmaker
cabinetmakers
cabinetmaking
cabinetmakings

Literary usage of Cabined

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1. The Preacher's Lantern (1873)
"... people than a real boon either way, that as many have been spoilt " for want of the book" as have been cramped and fettered, cabined, cribbed, confined, ..."

2. The Oxonian in Thelemarken; Or, Notes of Trave in Southwestern Norway in by Frederick Metcalfe (1858)
"... cabined, and confined—A disappointment—The original outrigger—The cat-lynx—A wealthy Norwegian farmer —Bear-talk—The consequence of taking a drop too ..."

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