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How To Spell dis-imprisoned?
How to Pronounce dis-imprisoned?
Correct pronunciation for the word "dis-imprisoned" is [dˈɪsɪmpɹˈɪzənd], [dˈɪsɪmpɹˈɪzənd], [d_ˈɪ_s_ɪ_m_p_ɹ_ˈɪ_z_ə_n_d].
What are the misspellings for dis-imprisoned?
"Dis-imprisoned" in context
The concept of dis-imprisonment is one that has continued to evolve in recent years, with a focus on breaking down the stigmas associated with incarceration and reintegrating those who have served their time and are now ready to become contributing members of society again. Dis-imprisonment is a process that allows those who have been in prison to overcome their past and take steps to become productive members of society. Through dis-imprisonment, individuals are provided with avenues to develop skills and find meaningful employment, participate in education initiatives and build relationships within their communities.
Usage over time for dis-imprisoned:
This graph shows how "dis-imprisoned" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.
- Correct spelling for dis-imprisoned [Infographic] | Spellchecker.net
- dis-imprisoned - English spelling dictionary
- Dis-imprisoned | Definition of dis-imprisoned by Merriam-Webster
- Dis-imprisoned definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary
- Dis-imprisoned | Definition of dis-imprisoned at Dictionary.com
- Dis-imprisoned dictionary definition | dis-imprisoned defined
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