|impose again, enforce again, inflict again||reimpose|
|(Grammar) grammatical unit usually comprised of a subject and verb (generally begins with a capital letter and ends with a punctuation mark); judgment specifying the punishment for a crime (Law), allocate somebody punishment, impose a punishment, penal...||sentence|
|absolve somebody of sins, confess, hear a confession of sins; assign penance for sins; absolve sins after confession and repentance, impose penance||shrive|
|accuse or charge, charge paid by members, charge tax, determine costs of litigation, impose a tariff, impose a levy; burden, demand too much, fee, money paid to a government, strain, strain or make heavy demands on||tax|
|act as a referee, act as referee, make decisions or settle disputes between two parties; enforce the rules at a sports match, arbitrator, unbiased person who makes decisions and settles disputes; umpire, official who enforces game rules during sports c...||referee|
|act of compensating, compensation, correction, act of remedying a problem or injustice; compensation, damages awarded for injustice or injury, dress again; correct a wrong, remedy an injustice; compensate, pay damages for an injustice or injury, impose...||redress|
|act of squeezing between a finger and thumb, tweak; ache, pain; little bit, small amount, an arrest, arrest somebody, be too tight and painful, critical time, grip something between finger and thumb, impose hardship on, narrow and disappear, painful sq...||pinch|
|act or process of collecting or conscripting (money, property, etc.) by a government or other authority; something which is collected through a levy (i.e. money, property, troops, etc.), army, conscription, declare war, impose a tax, impose a tax or fi...||levy|
|analyze in terms of morality, criticize the morals of others, explain or define in moral terms; enforce principles of morality, make more moral||moralize|
|anguish, cause somebody anguish, distort something, inflict excruciating pain, torment, agonize, inflict pain on somebody, inflicting of pain, infliction of excruciating pain, methods of inflicting pain||torture|
|arrange pages, inconvenience somebody, insist on, lay on hands, levy or enforce, pass off on somebody, require, compel, force upon; enforce, institute; force oneself on others||impose|
|ban, restriction on commerce, impose an embargo, officially restrict commerce, order halting movement of ships, order stopping trade, prohibit or forbid something, prohibition, seize something||embargo|
|be relevant, make a formal request for something, make a request; implement; enforce; refer, spread something, use something, work hard||apply|
|boarding of ship, chat, chat with somebody, go to inspect place, go to see place, go to see somebody, inflict something on somebody, official inspection, social call, stay in a place, stay somewhere temporarily; spend time with a person or group of peo...||visit|
|break open, bring about through the use of power; impose; compel; oblige; break through, push through; artificially increase the rate of growth (of plants, etc.), create a run, create by strength, effectiveness or validity, group organized to fight, in...||force|
|cause distress to somebody, inflict injury on somebody, wrong, oppress; cause sorrow; offend||aggrieve|
|cause havoc or destruction, express anger or hatred, inflict (wreak havoc); give expression to; carry out, perform, inflict revenge||wreak|
|cause of anguish, cause of annoyance, inflict pain on somebody or something, tease somebody, torture, agonize, persecute, suffering, twist something||torment|
|cause suffering, force on somebody, impose, mete out (punishment, etc.); cause something unpleasant (suffering||inflict|
|Christian sacrament of reconciliation, duty imposed by priest, impose penance on somebody, self-imposed punishment; self-mortification, affliction; repentance, self-punishment for committing sin||penance|
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