Custody (Crossword clue)

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We found 11 answers for “Custody” .

This page shows answers to the clue Custody, followed by ten definitions like “Having rights to your child”, “Judicial or penal safe-keeping” and “(with `in') guardianship over”. Synonyms for Custody are for example arrest, caging and captivity. More synonyms can be found below the puzzle answers.


Definitions of “Custody”
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• (with `in') guardianship over
• Detention by the police or other authorities
• Detention by the police or prison authorities
• State of being guarded and watched to prevent escape
• When a person is kept in prison or a police cell
• It means the possession and control of a thing or person
• A state of being confined (usually for a short time)
• Also calledthe right of determining the residence, protection, care
• Possession of securities by a financial institution on behalf of others
• The state of being held in confinement by the police or prison authorities
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Synonyms of “Custody”
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arrest, caging, captivity, care, charge, confinement, depository, detention, imprisonment, incarceration, internment, keeping, locking up, maintenance, observance, protection, putting away, responsibility and supervision.

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