Definitions of "sequester"
  1. The act of putting a jury or a witness in a separate or secluded place to inhibit influence or communication
  2. Refers to the legal act of taking possession of assets or property, typically through a written court order
  3. A legal procedure where property is stored or held in a secure location
How to use "sequester" in a sentence
  1. The judge decided to sequester the jury to avoid any undue influence from media coverage.
  2. When the debtor failed to repay their obligations, the bank was forced to sequester their property.
  3. He had to sequester his inherited property until the legal dispute over its ownership was resolved.

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