Definition of disseize in English:


Line breaks: dis|seize
Pronunciation: /dɪ(s)ˈsiːz/

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(also disseise)


[with object] Law , historical
Dispossess (someone) of land or property: his ancestors had held the land but had been disseized in the fifteenth century


Middle English: from Old French dessaisir 'dispossess', from dis- + seize.

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