(Latin: to give up for safe keeping; a depository, a trustee; to restrict)
sequestrum forceps (s) (noun); sequestrum forceps, sequestrum forcipes (pl)
A medical tool with two long narrow parts, used for holding things during medical operations: Sequestrum forceps have small but strong serrated jaws for removing pieces of skeletal structure that have formed in a fragment of lifeless bone that is separated from that which is in good condition as a result of an injury or a disease.
unsequestered (adjective), more unsequestered, most unsequestered
Not being separated nor restricted: Although the jury was still deliberating, Judge Jackson continued to allow the unsequestered jurors to go to their homes every day.
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