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seisin

noun sei·sin \ˈsē-zən\

Definition of SEISIN

1
:  the possession of land or chattels
2
:  the possession of a freehold estate in land by one having title thereto

Variants of SEISIN

sei·sin or sei·zin \ˈsē-zən\

Origin of SEISIN

Middle English seisine, from Anglo-French, from seisir to seize — more at seize
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with SEISIN

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