Definition of Exactions

1. Noun. (plural of exaction) ¹



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Definition of Exactions

1. exaction [n] - See also: exaction

Lexicographical Neighbors of Exactions

exact sequence
exact sequences
exacta
exactable
exactas
exacted
exacter
exacters
exactest
exacting
exactingly
exactingness
exactingnesses
exactinio
exaction
exactions
exactitude
exactitudes
exactly
exactness
exactnesses
exactor
exactors
exactress
exactresses
exacts
exacuate
exacuated
exacuates
exacuating

Literary usage of Exactions

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Practical Treatise on the Criminal Law: Comprising the Practice, Pleadings by Joseph Chitty (1819)
"218 return to exigent of two exactions by former sheriff' and one by present, 218 return of one proclamation by former sheriff, who delivered over writ to ..."

2. History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth by James Anthony Froude (1881)
"Abolition of Exactions. [Ca vn This act, which I conceive to have been more arbitrary in form than in intention, was followed by a closing attack upon the ..."

3. The International Relations of the Chinese Empire by Hosea Ballou Morse (1918)
"THE foreign merchants in the Canton factories were subjected, with little check, to the exactions of a customs establishment modelled on the traditional ..."

4. A Student's Manual of English Constitutional History by Dudley Julius Medley (1907)
"Lastly, one method by which the pope made his power felt Exactions, in the country was through (v) the papal exactions.1 Of these, \SCH three kinds were ..."

5. The Practical Elements of Rhetoric: With Illustrative Examples by John Franklin Genung (1891)
"V. Exactions of the Object. ... A rough classification of objects may here be made, according to these natural exactions. i. ..."

6. Manners, Customs, and Dress During the Middle Ages and During the by P. L. Jacob (1876)
"Money Exactions of the Merovingian Kings.—Varieties of Money. —Financial Laws under Charlemagne.—Misai Dominici.—Increase of Taxes owing to the Crusades. ..."

7. The Flowers of History, Especially Such as Relate to the Affairs of Britain by Matthew Paris (1853)
"Great exactions of the king—The first elephant is brought to England—War between the Pope ... Concerning the great distress caused in England by exactions. ..."

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