See also: séquestration
- The process or act of sequestering; a putting aside or separating.
- 1838, [Letitia Elizabeth] Landon (indicated as editor), chapter X, in Duty and Inclination: […], volume II, London: Henry Colburn, […], →OCLC, page 123:
- In possession of ample property, it was not from motives of retrenchment he had quitted the frequented scenes of life; sequestration during the first months of marriage had been his choice, equally as that of his partner; […]
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the process or act of sequestering; a putting aside or separating