Definition of Seazing
1. seaze [v] - See also: seaze
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seazing
Literary usage of Seazing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Camden Miscellany by Camden Society (Great Britain), Royal Historical Society (Great Britain) (1883)
"First Sr John Hotham's and ye Lincolnshire forces called to his assistance under the pretence of setling the militia and seazing of delinquents, ..."
2. The Camden Miscellany by Royal Historical Society (Great Britain), Camden Society (Great Britain) (1883)
"First Sr John Hotham's and y° Lincolnshire forces called to his assistance under the pretence of selling the militia and seazing of delinquents, ..."
3. Works Issued by the Hakluyt Society by Hakluyt Society (1896)
"Howbeit, quite contrarie to his expectation, he was by the Portugals vtterly vanquished and put to flight. Who seazing vpon the isle and citie, ..."
4. Some Longer Elizabethan Poems by Arthur Henry Bullen (1903)
"So 150 nozzels will cost oI Each net must have a rope five or six fathoms long and an inch through, that is, three inches and better about, called a Seazing ..."
5. The Works of Thomas Kyd by Thomas Kyd (1901)
"39-40) it is the Prince of Cyprus who, 'seazing vpon the hinder skirt of his helmet with an ardent boldness, drew it so rudely, or rather happily towards ..."
6. Collections by Massachusetts Historical Society (1882)
"... me of one Josiah Rayner, a pirat, being in this collony (whom I neuer heard off before), I imediatly granted a writ to ye high sheriff for ye seazing ..."