Definition of Sequestrate

1. Verb. Keep away from others. "He sequestered himself in his study to write a book"

Exact synonyms: Seclude, Sequester, Withdraw
Generic synonyms: Insulate, Isolate
Related verbs: Adjourn, Retire, Withdraw
Derivative terms: Seclusion, Sequestration, Withdrawal, Withdrawer



2. Verb. Set apart from others. "The dentist sequesters the tooth he is working on"
Exact synonyms: Isolate, Keep Apart, Sequester, Set Apart
Generic synonyms: Disunite, Divide, Part, Separate

Definition of Sequestrate

1. v. t. To sequester.

Definition of Sequestrate

1. Verb. To sequester. ¹

2. Adjective. (mycology) Having enclosed underground or partially buried fruiting bodies, like a truffle. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sequestrate

1. [v -TRATED, -TRATING, -TRATES]

Medical Definition of Sequestrate

1. To sequester. Origin: Sequestrated; Sequestrating. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Literary usage of Sequestrate

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1. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1905)
"Code La. 1900, art. 1444. sequestrate. "sequestrate" is defined to mean ... 1784, to sequestrate the property of a corporation, is similar to a creditor's ..."

2. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1904)
"... orders of the court appointing a receiver to take change of and sequestrate the property and business of the defendant corporation, direct- •Headnotes ..."

3. The Scots Digest of Scots Appeals in the House of Lords from 1707 and of the by Robert Candlish Henderson, Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords (1908)
"A sequestration under the Bankrupt Act does not deprive a landlord of his right to sequestrate and have a judicial manager of the crop and farm named in ..."

4. A General Biographical Dictionaryby John Gorton by John Gorton (1851)
"... which gave great offence to the Parliament, so that when he afterwards joined the king at Oxford, occasion was taken to sequestrate his property, ..."

5. The Register of Ralph of Shrewsbury, Bishop of Bath and Wells, 1329-1363 by Church of England Diocese of Bath and Wells. Bishop, 1329-1363 (Ralph of Shrewsbury), Thomas Scott Holmes (1896)
"... to appear at a certain day to preserve the lord indemnified and to sequestrate all the fruits of the same by reason of the writ which John ..."

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