- a royal or state treasury; exchequer.
Origin of fisc
1590–1600; < Middle French < Latin fiscus treasury, moneybag, literally, basket, bag
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Examples from the Web for fisc
And so the FISC—and perhaps other federal courts—will cave rather than fight.
In effect, an overreaching administration and a supine FISC are ginning up a secret constitution.
The FISC does not approve the directives or the individuals to be monitored via those directives.
Perhaps most importantly, the FISC has a strong practical incentive to find a way to say “yes” to the government.
Determining that question requires a public debate, which is precisely what the FISC is built to prevent.
The impost that we pay into the emperor's fisc is not too heavy.The Casque's Lark
All that has been obtained is a restitution of part of the property seized by the fisc at the period of the execution.
Thus far the Fisc has been unwilling to rest satisfied with such a qualified confession.
For we are evidently dealing with auxiliaries, assembled for committing homicide, according to the thought of the Fisc.
Yet I believe that all objections, which can be raised on the part of the Fisc, have been abundantly satisfied.
- rare a state or royal treasury
C16: from Latin fiscus treasury, originally money-bag
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