mulct mulct  /ˈməlkt/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) money extracted as a penalty
  2. (v) deprive of by deceit
  3. (v) impose a fine on

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Usage(s):

  1. Foes of stock speculation claim that a few insiders deceive and mulct the public.
  2. Dishonest cops mulct the public.
  3. Shrewd, he realized early that complete liberty to mulct the devotees of chance would never be given him under the laws of a land so large as Germany.

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