verb (used with object), seized, seiz·ing.
verb (used without object), seized, seiz·ing.
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One matter that complicated the investigation, he said, was that prosecutors needed to seize the lawmaker’s phone to obtain any messages he had exchanged with the woman.Alaska’s “Him Too” Moment: When Politicians and Allies Come With Accusations of Their Own|by Kyle Hopkins, Anchorage Daily News and Greg Kim, KYUK|October 23, 2020|ProPublica
Let’s seize this opportunity to make it the great neighborhood the community deserves.Raise Expectations for the Midway District by Raising the Height Limit|Jack Carpenter|October 5, 2020|Voice of San Diego
In most states, plaintiffs can seize up to a quarter of a worker’s take-home pay or clean out their bank account.Debt Collectors Have Made a Fortune This Year. Now They’re Coming for More.|by Paul Kiel and Jeff Ernsthausen|October 5, 2020|ProPublica
Some, however, fear that the president will send federal agencies to seize ballots.Election Violence In November? Here’s What The Research Says|LGBTQ-Editor|October 2, 2020|No Straight News
Critics immediately seized on the news, threatening legal challenges and arguing the change does not prevent fraud but hurts populous cities that are Democratic strongholds.Texas governor’s limit on drop-off sites for mail-in ballots criticized as voter suppression|Meryl Kornfield, Felicia Sonmez|October 2, 2020|Washington Post
In a similar manner, Hanumant delivers from her curse the ogress of the lake, the seizer (grh) and devourer, who was once a nymph.Zoological Mythology (Volume II)|Angelo de Gubernatis
Bob's first care was to look after Seizer, who was badly wounded, but whose bones were whole.The Graysons|Edward Eggleston
If the seized property be lost, the seizer shall compensate for the loss in kind or in value.Studies in Moro History, Law, and Religion|Najeeb M. Saleeby