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- v. Present participle of seise.
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I then turned him about again and holding him by the back of the neck, ran him to the edge of the wharf where seising his ankle and holidng his neck, I upended him into the water below.
Government agents are seising [sic] the corn over what is necessary for consumption, leaving a surplus for the neighborhood wants.