Definitions

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  • n. Fencing though the use of the internet to sell stolen merchandise.

Etymologies

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e- +‎ fencing

Examples

  • For that reason, Target, Supervalu, Wal-Mart and other retailers are pushing federal legislation to fight what they call "e-fencing."

    The Seattle Times

  • And that, retailers insist, is the only thing that can really deter e-fencing.

    The Seattle Times

  • Police call this "e-fencing," and they say it's a growing trend. of course it is! use common sense, theives know at pawn shops, all they're goods are put through the local pd's computer.

    News for turnto10.com

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