Exaction Synonyms

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Synonyms for Exaction

The definition of a demand is a strong or urgent command or request.
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The act by which something is levied.
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Something of value, especially money, extorted in this manner:
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The definition of a fee is a payment asked for or given, or inheritable land from a feudal lord in return for service.
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A portion of grain taken by a miller as a compensation for grinding.
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The release of a captive, or of captured property, by payment of a consideration.
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The tax, property or people so levied.
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Demand:
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A demand for money or property. An assertion that one is entitled to, or the perceived or actual right to receive, money or property. The totality of facts that gives rise to a right to receive money or property that is enforceable in court. In some states and in the federal courts, the same as claim for relief.
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A desperate or urgent request.
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Requisition is an official order claiming or demanding property or materials or demanding the performance of a duty.
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The act of expropriating; the surrender of a claim to private property; the act of depriving of private propriety rights.
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A rushing, forceful attack:
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Words Related to Exaction

Money or some other benefit given to a person in power, especially a public official, in an effort to cause the person to take a particular action.
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Request is defined as the act of asking for something or something you asked for.
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A wealthy person, family, or group:
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Money given in return for work done; salary; wages.
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Plural form of transaction
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Power of control, direction or disposal; mastery.
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Theft is defined as the act of stealing.
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A compulsory payment, usually a percentage, levied on income, property value, sales price, etc. for the support of a government
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Find another word for exaction. In this page you can discover 24 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for exaction, like: demand, levying, blackmail, fee, toll, ransom, levy, bribe, call, claim and cry.