Synonyms of seizure in English:

seizure


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noun

1‘Napoleon's seizure of Spain’

SYNONYMS
capture, occupation, takeover, overrunning, annexation, annexing, invasion, conquering, subjugation, subjection, colonization
ANTONYMS

restitution, liberation

2‘the authorities resorted to the seizure of defaulters' property’

SYNONYMS
confiscation, impounding, commandeering, requisitioning, appropriation, expropriation, sequestration
distraint, distrainment, attachment, disseisin
poind
ANTONYMS

restitution

3‘the rumoured seizure of UN observers by guerrillas’

SYNONYMS
kidnapping, kidnap, abduction, hostage-taking
hijacking
informal snatching
British informal nobbling
ANTONYMS

release, ransoming

4‘the baby suffered a seizure on the plane’

SYNONYMS
convulsion, spasm, paroxysm, collapse, sudden illness, attack, fit, bout
stroke, apoplexy
ictus