seizer

NOUN
  1. a kidnapper who drugs men and takes them for compulsory service aboard a ship
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How To Use seizer In A Sentence

  • He called his new creature Velociraptor mongoliensis to honor these inferred skills, for Velociraptor, means "quick seizer. Dinomania
  • In my part of the country it is so much the usual method for the tiger to seize by the nape of the neck, that a native, when asked if he is sure that it was a tiger and not a panther, always puts his hand to the back of his neck, and if he says that the animal was seized by the throat, we invariably assume that the seizer is a panther. Gold, Sport, and Coffee Planting in Mysore
  • Always a disciple of hearty and strenuous living, he suggested more than casually his own famous character - the intrepid warrior, adventurer, and seizer of thrones, Conan the Cimmerian. The Conan Chronicles
  • Once upon a time I entered a vineyard to eat of its grapes; and, whilst so doing behold, I saw a falcon stoop upon a partridge and seize him; but the partridge escaped from the seizer and, entering his nest, hid himself there. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Thus the monstrous seizer of antiquity was appropriated as a Christian image of seduction and then of penitence and remorse.
  • Among them, this turgid prize-seizer from a writer identified as B. Waldorf: Boing Boing: July 31, 2005 - August 6, 2005 Archives
  • Simply seizing power is one thing; seizing power in order to pre-empt a US-sponsored coup is another altogether, especially when the seizer in question possesses an undisputed democratic mandate. Letters: Preconditions for Israel-Palestine peace
  • This is the great spear-fisher: a lurker, a waiter, a seizer. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is generally stuff I've been too liberal artfully educated to not say anything about (Seizer's STIGMA class for the * headdesk*), or, in more ivory tower terms, "interrogate". What's Best for the Oppressed, #0: Intro!
  • Timms refutes the legend that Kraus responded with stunned silence to Hitler's seizer of power: His career culminated in Third Walpurgis Night, a harsh polemic of Nazi ideology that has proved enduringly influential. Karl Kraus: Apocalyptic Satirist
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