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v. seized, seizing, seizes
To exhibit signs of seizure activity, often with convulsions.

seiz′a·ble adj.
seiz′er n.

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The proposed asset forfeiture amendment would make it more difficult for the government to seize money and other property from alleged criminals.
It guarantees only its aptitude to seize what's happening and provide an aftermath for calculating what it will have been worth--in a future perfect tense that underscores endurance.
LIVERPOOL magistrates approved police applications to seize more than PS300,000 in unlawfully gained cash.
The law allows police to seize any vehicle which is not covered by insurance or if the driver does not have the correct licence.
Today police revealed that in the 12 months since they were given powers to seize uninsured cars, 17,000 had been confiscated across the West Midlands.
8 The district court also concluded that the sneak and peek warrant impermissibly allowed agents to observe, but not seize, tangible property.