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sequester (verb), sequesters; sequestered; sequestering
1. To keep a person or a group of people separated from others and not allow them to discuss a legal case, to read, or to hear news reports about it: The jury will be secluded, or sequestered, until a final verdict has been reached.

Cleo's sister sequestered herself away her family and friends until she was able to complete her nonfiction book about government incompetence and corruption.

2. To take temporary possession of property as security against legal claims: Mack's house will be sequestered until he pays the debt that he owes the bank.
To segregate or to set apart.
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This entry is located in the following units: sequ-, sequi-, secut-, suit-, -sue (page 5) sequest-, sequestr- (page 1)
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To keep a person or a group of people separated and away from others. (1)