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  1. (of a tax, duty, etc.) imposed or charged:The levied fees will be deposited into a special account and appropriated for disbursement on housing projects.

  2. (of troops) conscripted:He had hoped to encircle and capture the fortress, but increasing unrest among the levied troops was making this more difficult than expected.

  1. the simple past tense and past participle of levy.

Origin of levied


Other words from levied

  • self-lev·ied, adjective
  • un·lev·ied, adjective

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