Impound in a Sentence 🔊

Definition of Impound

to remove and keep property by law

Examples of Impound in a sentence

After stopping payments on their new car, the bank would impound their car in a secured lot until the couple would pay the overdue amount. 🔊

It was likely that the court would decide to impound the important documents from the troubled company after a whistleblower declared the company was lying to its stakeholders. 🔊

Rental furniture companies may have to require a payment plan or impound the furniture in their store until the money is compensated. 🔊

Fred’s face changed from shock to anger when he received a notice to impound his television set on the basis of a loan repayment.  🔊

Detective Myers’s only way to find out who belonged to the stolen jewelry was to impound it until the rightful owner could provide proof.  🔊

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