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Spell check of seize

Correct spelling: seize

Synonyms:
net, register, force, lay hold of, pulse, clutch, enamour, overrun, lay claim, overcome, run away with, snaffle, don, entrance, arrest, reserve, deprive, retake, obtain, curb, bind, accept, get through, take for granted, savvy, glom, pounce, hold fast, catch, squeeze, grasp, bag, prehend, wear, take on, surge, perceive, nail, keep down, stamp down, repossess, absorb, nab, gain, overpower, bewitch, inhibit, trap, appreciate, adopt, cognize, hold close, twig, beguile, incorporate, attach, borrow, relieve, hang on, hold, get into, pick up, steal, buy up, arrogate, assume, snag, assimilate, get hold of, set apart, keep apart, conceive, commandeer, exact, trance, press, tumble, collar, secure, nobble, pluck, restrict, discern, determine, bust, walk off with, pull in, get, run, enchant, hold on, pirate, know, regulate, strike, color, sweep over, storm, embrace, bond, convert, seclude, subjugate, enfold, contain, pass by, hijack, allow, sense, take over, acquire, kidnap, stick up, usurp, cure, grapple, bear, feign, presume, law, ambush, snare, take hold of, buy out, heighten, make out, wrench, charm, restrain, lay hands on, limit, retain, requisition, apprehend, besiege, run in, give, conquer, over, confiscate, help oneself to, carry off, assign, sequestrate, purloin, cull, sequester, leave, pound, nick, grok, overwhelm, wring, grab, clench, mug, throttle, catch up, go off with, confine, rob, compass, set aside, loot, cotton, come over, encroach, becharm, intuit, snap up, land, fascinate, cradle, win, plunder, expropriate, rustle, claim, carry, capture, recapture, take up, sham, grow, cop, tie, corral, dig, lift, intercept, grip, hold tight, withdraw, simulate, attack, decode, preempt, enclose, engulf, claw, hold up, clasp, keep, make, catch on, repeat, burgle, achieve, isolate, understand, adhere, occupy, captivate, cling to, enamor, decipher, see, abduct, contact, suppress, pinch, earmark, stop, hook, clinch, rap, put on, snap, appropriate, control, subdue, detain, annex, recognize, swipe, behold, reach, invade, take, have, impound.

Antonyms:
release, misread, unhand, unbind, free, discharge, misunderstand, miss, set free, spring, drop, misperceive, loose, mistake, misapprehend, loosen, unchain, liberate, emancipate, misconstrue, misinterpret, misconceive, dismiss.

Examples of usage:

1) " Do not get away too far, for something might seize you," the boy shouted at her. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) They'll seize my estate! - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.

3) Can one write down what the heart can neither seize, nor comprehend? - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

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