durance

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Duration
Endurance
Imprisonment; forced confinement

the parson concurred, saying, the Lord forbid he should be instrumental in committing an innocent person to durance.

confinement
{n} imprisonment, custody, continuance
Continuance; duration
imprisonment
A stout cloth stuff, formerly made in imitation of buff leather and used for garments; a sort of tammy or everlasting
Imprisonment; restraint of the person; custody by a jailer; duress
{i} detention; imprisonment
imprisonment (especially for a long time)
In modern manufacture, a worsted of one color used for window blinds and similar purposes
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durance vile
A long prison sentence

If you continue on your present course, my reckless and rowdy friend, you will find yourself in durance vile.

Durance River
ancient Druentia. River, southeastern France. The principal river draining the French side of the Alps toward the Mediterranean, its origin is in the Montgenèvre region. To its confluence with the Rhône River below Avignon, it is 189 mi (304 km) long. It is the site of extensive hydroelectric projects that were established after World War II
durance

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    [ 'dur-&n(t)s also 'd ] (noun.) 15th century. From Old French durance, from durer (“to last”).

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