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Verb: sequestrate  'see-kwu,streyt or si'kwe,streyt
  1. Keep away from others
    "He sequestrated himself in his study to write a book";
    - seclude, sequester, withdraw
  2. Set apart from others
    "The dentist sequestrates the tooth he is working on";
    - sequester, keep apart, set apart, isolate
  3. Take temporary possession of as a security, by legal authority
    - impound, attach, sequester, confiscate, seize

Derived forms: sequestrating, sequestrated, sequestrates

Type of: disunite, divide, insulate, isolate, part, separate, take

Encyclopedia: Sequestrate