Extort and Fine


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Extort verb – To get (as money) by the use of force or threats.
Fine and extort are semantically related In some cases you can use "Fine" instead a verb "Extort".
Nearby Words: extortion, extorting
Synonyms for Extort


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Fine verb – To establish or apply as a charge or penalty.
Usage example: the police will fine you for driving with one headlight out

Extort and fine are semantically related in penalize in monetary way topic. Sometimes you can use "Extort" instead a verb "Fine".
Nearby Words: fineness, finery, finely, fined, fining
Synonyms for Fine

Common collocations

hand extort hand fine hand
amounts extort amounts fine amounts

Both words in one sentence

  • Bond Villain Stupidity: Averted with Sunny; she keeps Tamar around only to extort information about the Hard Disk out of her, and the moment she manages to obtain the Hard Disk via other means she just goes "fine, we have no more use for the old lady- kill her and cover it up".
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