2 usually passive to retire into seclusion
3 (Law) to take (property) temporarily out of the possession of its owner, esp. until the claims of creditors are satisfied or a court order is complied with
4 (International law) to requisition or appropriate (enemy property)
(C14: from Late Latin sequestrare to surrender for safekeeping, from Latin sequester a trustee)
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