seise

[ seez ]
/ siz /

verb (used with or without object), seised, seis·ing.

Chiefly Law. seize.

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OTHER WORDS FROM seise

seis·a·ble, adjectiveseiser, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for seise

seise

US seize

/ (siːz) /

verb

to put into legal possession of (property, etc)

Derived forms of seise

seisable, adjectiveseiser, noun

Word Origin for seise

variant of seize
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