Click any word in a definition or example to find the entry for that word
‘Listen,’ he said, seizing my wrist.
Before he could run away, she seized him by the collar.
Customs officials have seized 100 kilos of cocaine.
Action was taken to seize criminal assets valued at $200 million.
Their opponents had seized control of the army.
You must seize the initiative in discussions about salary.
A wave of panic seized me.
She was seized by agonizing cramps.
This is the British English definition of seize. View American English definition of seize.