Definitions

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  • adj. On which duty must be paid; taxable on import or export.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Subjected to a duty.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Subjected to duties or customs.

Etymologies

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duty +‎ -ed

Examples

  • This coming from the Governor who almost died and had to relinquish his dutied because he didn't wear a seat belt and allowed his driver to go 80+ on the Garden State Parkway!

    Corzine campaign calls Christie 'menace to society'

  • When Massachusetts agreed to grant the Confederation Congress the right to levy duties on imports, he recalled, “gentlemen in trade” argued that duties were “an unequal tax” that bore particularly hard on them—even though they could pass most of the cost on to consumers—since “in the first instance it was paid by persons in trade,” and they consumed more dutied articles than “the landed interest.”

    Ratification

  • And Afghan sellers basically undercutting the market here dutied items with duty free items that have been brought supposedly into Afghanistan to stay there but they end up coming across the border passes and back into the market here making it very difficult for Pakistani merchants to compete.

    CNN Transcript Sep 27, 2001

  • West Indies -- and Non Importation of dutied Articles -- to commence 1st.

    John Adams diary 22A, includes notes on Continental Congress, September - October 1774

  • He admitted it to be reasonable that slaves should be dutied like other imports; but should consider a rejection of the clause as an exclusion of South Carolina from the Union.

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus

  • He admitted it to be reasonable that slaves should be dutied like other imports, but should consider a rejection of the clause as an exclusion of S. Carola from the

    The Journal of Negro History, Volume 3, 1918

  • It was true the Americans were opposed to the three-penny tax, and they had bound themselves not to import any dutied tea; yet neither the opposition to the tax nor the non-importation agreements entered into had prevented American merchants from importing, during the last three years, about 580,831 pounds of

    The Eve of the Revolution; a chronicle of the breach with England

  • Neither the New York and Philadelphia merchants who smuggled tea from Holland, nor the Boston and Charleston merchants who imported dutied tea from England, could see any advantage to them in having this profitable business taken over by the East India Company.

    The Eve of the Revolution; a chronicle of the breach with England

  • Company's tea, there were some chests consigned to private merchants; and certain enthusiastic patriots attending the meeting of citizens affirmed that the importation of dutied tea by private merchants contrary to the non-importation agreement was no less destructive to liberty than the importation of tea by the East India Company.

    The Eve of the Revolution; a chronicle of the breach with England

  • Mr. Hancock, for example, was one of the Boston merchants who imported a good deal of dutied tea from England, a fact which was better known then than it has been since; and at Philadelphia John Adams was questioned rather closely about Mr. Hancock's violation of the non-importation agreement, in reply to which he could only say: "Mr. Hancock, I believe, is justifiable, but I am not certain whether he is strictly so."

    The Eve of the Revolution; a chronicle of the breach with England

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