To penalize by fining or demanding forfeiture. (verb-transitive)
To acquire by trickery or deception. (verb-transitive)
To defraud or swindle. (verb-transitive)
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Use "mulct" in a sentence
"My remark was an epitogram -- an axis -- a kind of mulct'em in parvo."
"The American taxpayer was duped and mulct to little avail."
"From the Mirza title, it appears the Qandahar Police Chief may not have been relying on physical coercion as much as accountant-based or bookkeeping tactics to mulct the local merchant. back"