Lat. In old English practice. A writ which lay where an Inquisition had been made by an escheator in any county of such lands or tenements as any man died seised of, and all that was in his possession was imagined not to be found by the office; the writ commanding the escheator to inquire what more (quw plura) lands and tenements the party held on the day when he died, etc Fitzh. Nat. Brev. 255o; Cowell.