|seize something without right, take over, appropriate||usurp|
|able to grasp something, aggressively eager, capable of grasping, capable of taking hold, able to seize, quick to understand||prehensile|
|act of hijacking, act of commandeering by force, highjack, seize aircraft, ship, or train, steal goods which are being taken from one place to another; stop and rob a vehicle; seize an airplane or other vehicle by force, steal idea, steal something fro...||hijack|
|act of intercepting, difference between calculated and observed altitude, distance between the origin and axis crossing, get the ball, interrupt progress, mark extent, take, seize; cause to stop; delay, hinder, obstruct; interrupt; intersect (Mathemati...||intercept|
|act of suddenly jumping on, act of suddenly swooping down and grabbing; sudden assault or attack, attack or take quickly, fall on, storm, invade; attack, seize, jump suddenly on, powder to stop ink running, powder used for producing image, react swiftl...||pounce|
|add something to something else, ascribe something, be associated with something, bind emotionally, fasten; annex; add; foreclose; ascribe to -, place somebody on temp duty, secure something to something else, seize something legally||attach|
|affect strongly; make an impression; emphasize; stamp, make a mark using pressure, apply a voltage, force to serve, influence deeply or please greatly, make clearly understood, press a shape into something, seize||impress|
|annoy somebody, experience or cause stomach pains, grumble constantly, minor complaint, seize; grasp; cause pain (in the stomach); complain (Slang), stomach pain; complaint (Slang)||gripe|
|any of several species of large black birds (such as crows), eat greedily, gorge, eat voraciously; ravage, plunder, seize, having a glossy black coloring, large black bird of crow family, shiny black, take something away by force||raven|
|assault, charge, raid; snatching, grabbing, make sweeping descent, pounce, seize quickly or suddenly, sudden attack, sudden descent, sweep down from the sky (of a bird, etc.); attack suddenly and speedily; snatch||swoop|
|assign something to another, claim something without right, demand without right; seize unjustly; attribute unjustly||arrogate|
|attempt to seize; take abruptly, grab quickly; kidnap, abduct; seize an opportunity, act of suddenly seizing something; bit, scrap, fragment; brief period of time, spell; kidnapping (Slang)||snatch|
|ban, restriction on commerce, impose an embargo, officially restrict commerce, order halting movement of ships, order stopping trade, prohibit or forbid something, prohibition, seize something||embargo|
|cannon, cut gun barrel, firearm with spiral grooves carved inside the gun barrel (causes the bullet to spin and improves accuracy), rifles, Rifles, rob, search through vigorously, steal, seize; search frantically, rummage, ransack; empty, take away, th...||rifle|
|catch somebody, grab something, seize quickly and stealthily; arrest; grab; steal (Informal)||nab|
|control feeling, dominate; hold; have as a quality; own, have as property, have as an ability, have knowledge of something, have sex, influence, seize something, take control||possess|
|controlling power, crucial moment, dependable, grasp tightly, seize, grip on something, group of chickens hatched together, group of eggs hatched together, group of similar things, hold something tightly, make grabbing movement, mechanism that connects...||clutch|
|custody, detain; delay, slow down, stop; imprison, detention; imprisonment, legal seizure, seize something legally, stop or slow something, sudden stop, take hold of something, take somebody into custody, taking of somebody into custody||arrest|
|deprive of land, wrongfully seize property by force, dispossess||disseize|
|device for grabbing, grabbing ability, grasp firmly; snatch; seize forcefully or violently, grasp something, have emotional impact on somebody, hurriedly get something, seize something, something grabbed, sudden grasp, snatch; forceful seizure, take ho...||grab|
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