Definition for DIS-SEIZE'

DIS-SEIZE', v.t. [dis and seize; Fr. dessaisir.]

In law, to dispossess wrongfully; to deprive of actual seizin or possession; followed by of; as, to disseize a tenant of his freehold. A man may suppose himself disseized, when he is not so. – Blackstone.

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