Definition of Sequestering

1. Verb. (present participle of sequester) ¹



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Definition of Sequestering

1. sequester [v] - See also: sequester

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Literary usage of Sequestering

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1. The Parliament and Councils of England, Chronologically Arranged: From the by Charles Henry Parry (1839)
"9, put into execution, for sequestering the Estates of such Members as do or shall neglect their ... Orders are made for sequestering divers Church Livings. ..."

2. The Life of Rev. John Murray by John Murray, Linus Smith Everett (1833)
"... indulging the fond hope of sequestering him- telf in the solitude, for which he sighed. But contrary io his expectations, a series of circumstances ..."

3. Records of the Life of the Rev. John Murray by John Murray, Linus Smith Everett (1831)
"... quitting his native shores, embarks for America,.; indulging the fond hope of sequestering himself in the solitude, for which he sighed. ..."

4. Records of the Life of the Rev. John Murray by John Murray (1827)
"... indulging the fond hope of sequestering himself in the solitude, for which he sighed. But, contrary to his expectations, a series of circumstances ..."

5. Records of the Life of the Rev. John Murray by John Murray (1827)
"CHAPTER V. The bereaved man, quitting his native shores, embar/cx for America; indulging the fond hope. of sequestering himself in the solitude, ..."

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