What is another word for Impounded?

Pronunciation: [ɪmpˈa͡ʊndɪd] (IPA)

Impounded is a term used to describe a situation in which property or goods are taken into legal custody and kept under supervision. There are several synonymous words for impounded, such as detained, confiscated, seized, and confiscated. These words are often used interchangeably in legal documents to imply the confiscation or detention of property or goods by the government or other legal authorities. Confiscate refers to the act of seizing something due to a violation of law, while seize refers to take possession of something forcefully. Detained refers to holding a person or object for a short period, while impound refers to holding something for an extended period under the legal authority.

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Usage examples for Impounded

It will be Impounded for a while.
"The Electronic Mind Reader"
John Blaine
But what sorry caravans halt in the outer courts of a magazine-office; what sick, empty, unwashed confusion is Impounded there!
"She Buildeth Her House"
Will Comfort
The Paratime Police Impounded the slaves for narco-hypnotic interrogation, and then transposed the lot of them to Police Terminal.
"Time Crime"
H. Beam Piper

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