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disseise or disseize (dɪsˈsiːz)
(tr) property law to deprive of seisin; wrongfully dispossess of a freehold interest in land
[C14: from Anglo-Norman desseisir, from dis-1 + seize]
disseize or disseize
[C14: from Anglo-Norman desseisir, from dis-1 + seize]
dis'seisor or disseize
dis'seizor or disseize

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