Definition of Kickbacks

1. Noun. (plural of kickback) ¹



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Definition of Kickbacks

1. kickback [n] - See also: kickback

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kickbacks

kick to the curb
kick turn
kick up
kick up a fuss
kick up one's heels
kick up the arse
kick upstairs
kick wheel
kick with the other foot
kickable
kickapoos
kickaround
kickarounds
kickass
kickback
kickbacks (current term)
kickball
kickballs
kickban
kickbanned
kickbanning
kickbans
kickboard
kickboards
kickbox
kickboxed
kickboxer
kickboxers
kickboxes
kickboxing

Literary usage of Kickbacks

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1. Problems Surrounding the Mortgage Origination Process: Congressional Hearing edited by Lauch Faircloth, Connie Mack (2000)
"And kickbacks continued to be paid with greater and greater regularity. ... In the controlled business schemes detailed in the study, kickbacks ranged from ..."

2. Title Insurance: Actions Needed to Improve Oversight of the Title Industry by Orice M. Williams (2007)
"kickbacks are generally illegal under both RESPA and most state insurance laws. Although the enforcement provisions of laws in five of the six states in our ..."

3. Socialism for Survivalby Allan H. Keith by Allan H. Keith (1992)
"Mirage had to give bribes to just about everybody -- among them, health, fire, building and state liquor inspectors. Also reported I were illegal ‘kickbacks ..."

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