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Definition of "fiscus" [fiscus]

  • A fisc. (noun)
  • [capitalized] [NL.] The genus which contains the fiscals. Bonaparte, 1853. See fiscal, n., 5. (noun)

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Use "fiscus" in a sentence
  • ""I want to refer to the problem of the unacceptably slow pace at which money collected by the fiscus, which is intended to assist people in need, actually gets distributed.""
  • "A fiscus was a large basket, such is were used by all Roman financial concerns to contain live vouchers."
  • "The fiscus was the organization managing the pubic property, income and expenditures of the Roman Emperor."
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