sequestrate

VERB
  1. set apart from others
    The dentist sequesters the tooth he is working on
  2. keep away from others
    He sequestered himself in his study to write a book
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How To Use sequestrate In A Sentence

  • The functional groups of iron hydroxides may sequestrate some cations and anions.
  • Much as it would give me great pleasure to see Campbell's big payday sequestrated by the public purse, I think democracy would be the loser. EXCLUSIVE: Alastair Campbell's Diaries May be Banned
  • He tried to prevent union money from being sequestrated by the courts.
  • Their property and businesses were registered and sometimes sequestrated.
  • Therefore she knew he had not murdered Katie; but she believed that he had "sequestrated" her in some way. Self-Raised
  • A bid by Manuel to have him sequestrated the following year was unsuccessful, after the High Court ruling that there was no evidence this would be of benefit to creditors. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Chap. 472. 645 such foreign insurer has been placed in the hands of a re - ceiver, or that possession of such insurer has been taken by the person having supervision of such insurer in its domi - ciliary state, or that such insurer has had its property sequestrated in its domiciliary state or any other state. Acts and resolves passed by the General Court
  • If you are sequestrated, the process is pretty public.
  • The functional groups of iron hydroxides may sequestrate some cations and anions.
  • At a hearing last month, a charge of failure to conduct personal and business financial affairs to avoid allowing himself to be sequestrated was found proved.
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