Answer: (v.) to remove by cutting; (n.) an indirect tax on the manufacture sale, or
distribution of a commodity or service
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Word Origin late 15th century (in the general sense 'a tax or toll'): from Middle Dutch excijs accijs perhaps based on Latin accensare 'to tax' from ad- 'to' + census 'tax' (see census).
Scrabble Points: 15
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Excise takes part of its meaning from the prefix ex- "out". A writer may excise long passages of a novel to reduce it to a reasonable length or a film director may excise a scene that might give offense. A surgeon may excise a large cancerous tumor or make a tiny excision to examine an organ's tissue.
[ ek-sīz´] to remove by cutting. Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine Nursing and Allied Health Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders an imprint of Elsevier Inc.
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