Mulct

• (n.) A blemish or defect. • (n.) A fine or penalty, esp. a pecuniary punishment or penalty. • (v. t.) Hence, to deprive of; to withhold by way of punishment or discipline. • (v. t.) To punish for an offense or misdemeanor by imposing a fine or forfeiture, esp. a pecuniary fine; to fine.
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Mulct

Mulct noun [ Latin mulcta , multa .] 1. A fine or penalty, esp. a pecuniary punishment or penalty. 2. A blemish or defect. [ Obsolete] Syn. -- Amercement; forfeit; forfeiture; penalty.
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Mulct

Mulct transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Mulcted ; present participle & verbal noun Mulcting .] [ Latin mulctare , multare .] 1. To punish for an offense or misdemeanor by imposing a fine or forfeiture, e...
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Mulct

A fine or financial penalty, or the verb form, to cheat or swindle someone out of money or penalize someone by imposing a fine, from the Latin word multare, to fine
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mulct

money extracted as a penalty
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mulct

money extracted as a penalty
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mulct

to swindle; to obtain by fraud
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