sequestrate

verb
se·ques·trate | \ˈsē-kwə-ˌstrāt, ˈse-;si-ˈkwes-\
sequestrated; sequestrating

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sequestrator \ˈsē-kwə-ˌstrā-tər, si-ˈkwe- \ noun

First Known Use of sequestrate

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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Latin sequestratus, past participle of sequestrare

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sequestrate

transitive verb
se·ques·trate | \ˈsē-kwəs-ˌtrāt, ˈse-; si-ˈkwes-ˌtrāt \
sequestrated; sequestrating

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