Definition of Seazed
1. seaze [v] - See also: seaze
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Literary usage of Seazed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Chronicle of England During the Reigns of the Tudors, from A.D. 1485 to 1559 by Charles Wriothesley (1877)
"... were seazed into the Kinges handes ' r . .ers causes forfeited contrarie to the ... seazed ..."
2. The Manuscripts of the Earl of Westmorland, Captain Stewart, Lord Stafford by Francis William Henry Fane Westmorland, James Stewart, Mervin Herbert Nevil Story-Maskelyne, Nicholas William George Throckmorton, Philip Tatton Mainwaring, Marymellard Boycott, Josslyn Francis Pennington Muncaster, George Browne, Josceline Fitz-Roy Ba (1885)
"... which wee seazed upon, and upon examination found her to bee - _;£ -went by laude with a warrant to the ..."
3. East Anglian, Or, Notes and Queries on Subjects Connected with the Counties by Samuel Tymms, Charles Harold Evelyn White, Suffolk Institute of Archaeology (1888)
"9 Also that yf anye man doth marrie a woman wh is seazed of ... tenante of the sayd Mannor The dieth seazed in fee of anye ..."
4. Extracts from the Records of the Merchant Adventurers of Newcastle-upon-Tyne by Merchant Adventurers of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, John Roberts Boyle, Frederick Walter Dendy (1899)
"... wee have 5 shipps seazed upon with their goods, which came from Holland, ... that he was there in tyme, yet shipp and goods are seazed upon. ..."
5. A Collection of Records and Documents Relating to the Hundred and Manor of by Crondall manor, England, Francis Joseph Baigent (1891)
"... seazed of suche estate as is aforesaid, and the same not ... to be seazed and taken to th'use of the said Deane and chapiter, their successeurs or ..."
6. The Gentleman's Magazine (1839)
"... who past by the beare and boldly seazed upon the lyon ; then was a stone horse put into the same yard, who suddenly scented and saw both the beare and ..."