Yes but “seize” can also be combined with the preposition “up” to produce “seize up” : https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/seize-up
I was just poking a little fun at @levi who seemed to get my Tin Man reference
May I interject a moment to point you gentle people to the following thread, which was originally created in honour of my own ignorance of the English language, and continues as a source of relevation and pedantric importance:
On the cromulency of pedancy and other questions of English languacy, a quest for our common joy and enlightenment.
I would advise to take the mailing list with a pinch of salt, because what you read there is part of a conversation, not exactly a public statement. All in all, in case anyone missed it: Everything else is sitting in my office and I plan to deliver as many Pyras as possible until Christmas...
So you may cease your discussion here, and we may seize the original topic back for more pertinent discussions. For now, at least...