inmate美 [ˈinˌmeɪt] 英 ['ɪnmeɪt]
one of the people living in an institution such as a prison or a mental hospital
someone who is kept in a prison, mental hospital, or other institution
He squares his shoulders and warns the nervous looking inmate in front of him to put on his jail face.
He turns and gives a signal nod to another inmate. The inmate moves towards a C. O. overseeing the line-up and punches him in the face.
When an inmate is in a life-threatening situation or seriously ill, he or she can reach out for help quickly, " he said. "
Saddened at the reminder of the white-collar life he nearly had, he tells the inmate firmly that he never wants to see that book again.
Seeing as if I go above ground and another inmate spots me, I'm a dead man.
We report the case of an inmate of a federal penitentiary who underwent orthopedic surgery in a public hospital.
And any attempt to assist an inmate trying to escape will be met with a lethal response.
While Martha Stewart made a profit from her cell, another wealthy inmate was one of this year's biggest losers.
If the inmate is not powerful enough or guards would not take care of him, he will be certainly raped.
But Blair County Commissioner Terry Tomassetti said the new hire was the target, not the inmate.