apprehension (n.)
arrest, seizure, laying hold
3H6 III.ii.122[Edward to Richard and George, of the King] go we ... to the man that took him, / To question of his apprehension
KL III.v.18[Cornwall to Edmund, of Gloucester] he may be ready for our apprehension
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