from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To exact forced service from; impress to labor or service.
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_angaria_, _angariare_, in medieval Latin, and the rare English derivatives "angariate," "angariation," came to mean any service which was forcibly or unjustly demanded, and oppression in general.
On a certain day his servants met him, and angariate, compel him.
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