Definition of Millage

1. Noun. A tax rate on property, expressed in mills of the property's value. ¹



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Definition of Millage

1. a type of monetary rate [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Millage

mill-sixpence
mill/kwh
mill about
mill agent
mill around
mill drill
mill fever
mill race
mill races
mill rate
mill rates
mill residue
mill wheel murmur
millability
millable
millage (current term)
millage tax
millages
millah
millahs
millarcsecond
millarcseconds
millboard
millboards
millcake
millcakes
milldam
milldams
milldust
mille

Literary usage of Millage

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1. The Electrical Transmission of Energy: A Manual for the Design of Electrical by Arthur Vaughan Abbott (1904)
"... the Circular millage of the Various Combinations of Noe. j, |, J, 1, 2, and 3 Wire. 22. Testing and Inspection. — In all large contracts for wire, ..."

2. Forty Years of Paris by Walter F. Lonergan (1907)
"... Delaunay and Got—Herman Merivale and John Hollingshead in Paris—John Clifford millage of the Chronicle—Death of Princess Mathilde—Her literary and ..."

3. Journal of the Senate of the State of Washington Sitting as a Court of by William Tell Laube, Washington (State). Legislature. Senate (1909)
"Now, we all understand that a millage basis is a certain number of mills on each dollar of insurance premiums returned, but many of the senators may not ..."

4. Pennsylvania Archives by Pennsylvania Dept. of Public Instruction, Pennsylvania State Library (1902)
"If, on the other hand, the legislature believed that economy should be practiced in the expenditures of the government the millage could be reduced. ..."

5. Minutes by Michigan State Board of Education (1878)
"There was an increase of 44 districts in the 22 to 27 millage range with a ... The most significant decrease was in the 12 to 17 millage range which moved ..."

6. Education in the United States: A Series of Monographs Prepared for the by Nicholas Murray Butler (1900)
"Wisconsin divides the tax for her university, giving a certain millage for ... Nebraska had at one time a millage which yielded an income to the university ..."

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