excise

[ noun ek-sahyz, -sahys; verb ek-sahyz, ik-sahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF excise

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCISE

As it is, I look to the Excise scheme as a certainty of maintenance; a maintenance!

You have been misinformed as to my final dismissal from the Excise; I am still in the service.

Our friend, Cunningham, will perhaps have told you of my going into the Excise.

Sich laughs, to be sure, we had about her and a young man of the Excise.

This brings us finally to the vexed problem of Customs and Excise.

I am one of those who think that the excise duties ought to be taken off.

My uncle explained to me all about the excise duties on tobacco.

Possibly, monsieur; for at St. Germain-en-Laye they have no excise to pay.

On that day there was no excise of the commodities of character.

A license to sell goods that have paid the duties or excise.

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