cabined (not comparable)
- Confined at close quarters
1906, Herbert M. Hopkins, The Mayor of Warwick:
- He did not realise that there was nothing personal in this aloofness, except in so far as he personified a larger life, whose hopeful outlook stirred in more cabined natures an unacknowledged resentment.
1920, Clarence Stratton, Public Speaking:
- They feel themselves in a state of thraldom; they imagine that their souls are cooped and cabined in, unless they have some man, or some body of men, dependent on their mercy.
1921, William Beebe, Edge of the Jungle:
- Then, if there comes a click in his internal time-clock, he may set out upon another quest--more cabined, cribbed, and confined than any member of a Cook's tourist party.