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levied

adjective  attached, collected, confiscated, conscripted, exacted, imposed as an assessment, put a duty on, seized, taken by force, take possession of
See also: attached
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In like manner, the taking care that those fines which are ordered by the judges are levied should be divided amongst different persons.
I am scarcely arrived, and I have already levied a contribution of
That is practically the only tax that is levied upon them.
I know the castle well," answered Norman of Torn, and the shadow of a grim smile played about his lips, for scarce sixty days had elapsed since he had reduced the stronghold, and levied tribute on the great baron.
It was also published in the Wall Street Journal, and it was to the effect, on apparently straight inside information, that on Thursday, when the directors of Ward Valley met, instead of the customary dividend being declared, an assessment would be levied.
Big Alec levied and collected the tax, for all the world like a king.
His scheme levied a toll on the consumption by means of direct taxation and suppressed the whole machinery of indirect taxation.