[ US /ˈsiʒɝ/ ]
[ UK /sˈiːʒɐ/ ]
[ UK /sˈiːʒɐ/ ]
- the act of forcibly dispossessing an owner of property
a sudden occurrence (or recurrence) of a disease
he suffered an epileptic seizure
- the taking possession of something by legal process
- the act of taking of a person by force
How To Use seizure In A Sentence
- Seizures are most likely to occur early in an illness (such as roseola, colds, gastrointestinal infection) when the fever is rising quickly.
- It is therefore unsurprising that such seizures are sometimes confused with panic attacks.
- The hostage-takers Bowden spoke with expressed little regret at their seizure of the embassy, but most, like Mirdamadi, lamented the role they played in cementing the repressive rule of the clerics. Into the Den of Spies
- Coagulopathy/hemorrhage: fresh frozen plasma, possibly vitamin K-phytonadione I.V. Hypoglycemia: Dextrose 25g I.V. (with coma, seizures, or change in mental status) Aspirin: effects, poisoning
- The security police quickly squelched an extremely rare public demonstration demanding political reform on Monday, the 41st anniversary of the Baath Party's seizure of power here.
- They have rattled the narcos, impeding some trafficking routes and increasing weapons seizures.
- Chief among the grievances I identify as providing primary justifying grounds for secession are these: persistent and serious violations of individual human rights and past unredressed unjust seizure of territory.
- They can also detect low blood pressure and predict seizures, thanks to their acute sense of smell. The Sun
- The key to their capture of most of the world's economy is first their seizure of all outstanding oil properties in the world.
- Carling strained a thigh muscle in Dunedin and Bayfield ended that match on a stretcher with a neck seizure.