Definition for DIS-TRAIN'

DIS-TRAIN', v.i.

To make seizure of goods. On whom I can not distrain for debt. – Camden. For neglecting to do suit to the lord's court, or other personal service, the lord may distrain of common right. Blackstone. [In this phrase, however, some word seems to be understood; as, to distrain goods.]

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