Thesaurus / excise

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But that he, or any of his associates, chopped off the head of an excise officer is not to be credited.
THE SMUGGLERSCHARLES G. HARPER
The Predicate is evidently a Class whose peculiar Attribute is “relating to excise”.
SYMBOLIC LOGICLEWIS CARROLL
Parliament, alarmed at the outlook, then passed an excise law of extreme severity.
In the same year he became engaged to Julia Miles, the daughter of an excise officer.
In most cases it is possible, and in nearly all advisable, to excise the joint by means of a less complicated incision.
You say that to the Excise, Mr. Sedgett; it, belike, 'll make 'em sorry.
In the majority of cases, however, it is necessary to excise the adhesion, especially in the more chronic conditions.
That many of the latter have been convicted of this fraud, the Report of the Board of Excise amply shews.
The nation was now in possession of the four most important methods of taxation: customs, excise, licenses, and stamps.
He hated dissenters and stock-jobbers, 15 the excise and the army, septennial parliaments, and continental connections.
MACAULAY'S LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSONTHOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY

WORDS RELATED TO EXCISE

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