unseized (not comparable)
- Not seized.
1910, Henry James, The Finer Grain:
- The other member, by whose felt but unseized identity he had been haunted, was the unconsciously insolent form of guaranteed happiness he had just been engaged with.
1921, Frederick O'Brien, Mystic Isles of the South Seas.:
- The French did both, and took all of this part of the world they could find unseized by Europe, and tamable, at not too great a shedding of French blood.