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Definition of "seized" []

  • To put into legal possession of (property, etc) (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of seize. (verb)

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Use "seized" in a sentence
  • "The wound was bleeding very slightly, and they bound it deftly betwixt them, with their united handkerchiefs and a napkin seized from the table."
  • ""Clean coal" - the term seized by America's huge coal industry - has become a hot Washington topic as environmental groups deride it as an impossible dream and critics suggest U.S."
  • "Ellmers didn't take kindly to Cooper's questioning over a similar Christian practice that he said took place in Rome after it was seized from the Pagans."