[fawr-fi-cher] /ˈfɔr fɪ tʃər/

an act of .
something that is ; fine; mulct.
something forfeited
the act of forfeiting or paying a penalty

mid-14c., from Old French forfaiture “crime, transgression; penalty for committing a crime,” from forfait (see forfeit).


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