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Look up sequester in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Sequestration or sequester may refer to: Law and government[edit]. Sequestration (law), the ...

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Sequester definition, to remove or withdraw into solitude or retirement; seclude. See more.

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Sequester definition is - to set apart : segregate. How to use ... See the full definition for sequester in the English Language Learners Dictionary. sequester.

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The word sequester describes being kept away from others. If your sister tells you to stay out of the way so she can cook dinner for her new boyfriend, you might ...

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Definition of sequester - isolate or hide away, , form a chelate or other stable compound with (an ion, atom, or molecule) so that it is no longer available.

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sequester meaning: 1. to take temporary possession of someone's property until they have paid money that is owed or until they have obeyed a court order 2. to ...

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And should you survive the journey, Atlantis has some air-filled dry rooms where we could sequester you... for a while. Kara Dalkey WATER BOOK TWO: ...

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The judge sequestered the jury from the outside world so they would only hear the information about the case. ... Get a Sequester mug for your cat Rihanna. 2.

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sequester meaning, definition, what is sequester: to keep a person or a group of people aw...: Learn more.