- to enclose within walls.
- to shut in; seclude or confine.
- to imprison.
- to build into or entomb in a wall.
- Obsolete. to surround with walls; fortify.
- It never forged a chain to bind a heretic or an adversary, nor erected a prison to immure him.
- Some of the consignees were mobbed, and all were obliged to fly to the castle, and there immure themselves.
- I will immure myself against your cries, and lock myself up to your lamentations.
- But it was affrighting to realize that the very physical feature which provided a refuge might also immure them in a living tomb.
- She was not one of those napkin people who hide their talents, or who immure their lights under superincumbent bushels.