- seizure (n.)
- "act of seizing," late 15c., from seize + -ure. Meaning "sudden attack of illness" is attested from 1779.
- 1. Paula had never seen an epileptic seizure.
- 2. The court ordered the seizure of his assets.
- 3. Customs have made their biggest ever seizure of heroin.
- 4. A court ordered the seizure of two ships for non-payment of the debt.
- 5. He died of a heart seizure.
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