seizure

Forfeiture vs Seizure - What's the difference?

forfeiture | seizure |


As nouns the difference between forfeiture and seizure

is that forfeiture is (legal) a legal action whereby a person loses all interest in the forfeit property while seizure is the act of taking possession, as by force or right of law.

Impounding vs Seizure - What's the difference?

impounding | seizure |


As a verb impounding

is .

As a noun seizure is

the act of taking possession, as by force or right of law.

Seizure vs Occupation - What's the difference?

seizure | occupation |


As nouns the difference between seizure and occupation

is that seizure is the act of taking possession, as by force or right of law while occupation is an activity or task with which one occupies oneself; usually specifically the productive activity, service, trade, or craft for which one is regularly paid; a job.

Contortion vs Seizure - What's the difference?

contortion | seizure | Related terms |

Contortion is a related term of seizure.


As nouns the difference between contortion and seizure

is that contortion is the act of contorting, twisting or deforming something, especially oneself while seizure is the act of taking possession, as by force or right of law.

Closure vs Seizure - What's the difference?

closure | seizure |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between closure and seizure

is that closure is (obsolete) that which encloses or confines; an enclosure while seizure is (obsolete) retention within one's grasp or power; possession; ownership.

As nouns the difference between closure and seizure

is that closure is an event or occurrence that signifies an ending while seizure is the act of taking possession, as by force or right of law.

Clutches vs Seizure - What's the difference?

clutches | seizure | Related terms |

Clutches is a related term of seizure.


As nouns the difference between clutches and seizure

is that clutches is while seizure is the act of taking possession, as by force or right of law.

As a verb clutches

is third person singular simple present of to clutch .

Seizure vs Paroxysm - What's the difference?

seizure | paroxysm | Related terms |

Seizure is a related term of paroxysm.


As nouns the difference between seizure and paroxysm

is that seizure is the act of taking possession, as by force or right of law while paroxysm is a random or sudden outburst (of activity).

Levy vs Seizure - What's the difference?

levy | seizure |


As a proper noun levy

is : levy.

As a noun seizure is

the act of taking possession, as by force or right of law.

Distress vs Seizure - What's the difference?

distress | seizure |


As nouns the difference between distress and seizure

is that distress is (cause of) discomfort while seizure is the act of taking possession, as by force or right of law.

As a verb distress

is to cause strain or anxiety to someone.

Hold vs Seizure - What's the difference?

hold | seizure | Related terms |

Hold is a related term of seizure.


As a proper noun hold

is moon.

As a noun seizure is

the act of taking possession, as by force or right of law.

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