1. A close prison; or a deep, dark place of confinement.
And in a dungeon deep.
They brought Joseph hastily out of the dungeon. Genesis 41.
2. A subterraneous place of close confinement.
DUNGEON, v.t. To confine in a dungeon.
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"Entry for 'Dungeon'". "King James Dictionary".