Seizing meaning

sēzĭng
The lighter line so used.
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A binding of multiple turns of thread or light line around a rope end to keep it from unlaying.
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Present participle of seize.
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A type of lashing or binding by a small cord.
  • Such lashing used to temporarily immobilize the ends of a rope to prevent a knot from slipping or collapsing.
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That seizes the attention; impressive.
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Origin of seizing

  • From seize +"Ž -ing.

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