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levied

[ lev-eed ]
/ ˈlɛv id /
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adjective
(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.
(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.
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OTHER WORDS FROM levied

self-lev·ied, adjectiveun·lev·ied, adjective
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