Cure and condition

sequester
(v)
sǝ-KWES-tǝr
Meaning

isolate; separate; segregate; seclude; keep apart

1st Sample Sentence

Airport officials have been ordered to sequester all people arriving from countries that are known to be afflicted with the epidemic.

Root

sequestrare (to place in safekeeping) (Latin)

Mnemonics

If I seek rest I would prefer seclusion seek + quest - those who seek to find something as a part of a quest have to leave the society or seclude themselves from it.

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