penalize


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Synonyms for penalize

punish

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put at a disadvantage

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  • put at a disadvantage
  • handicap
  • cause to suffer
  • unfairly disadvantage
  • inflict a handicap on

Synonyms for penalize

to subject (one) to a penalty for a wrong

to impose a fine on

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The bill also penalizes denying a person access to establishments, facilities or utilities, including housing; forcing a person to undergo medical or psychological tests to alter one's Sogie without the person's express approval; harassment, coercion or threat in the enforcement of law on the basis of one's Sogie.
The idea is to reward exceptional performance, not to penalize average performance.
IRS is authorized to penalize employers who fail to file information returns or fail to include complete and correct information on them.
The bill would penalize the practice of acting as or hiring runners with imprisonment of not more than two and a half years, a fine of not more than $5,000, or both.
Go back and play a shot from the original spot from which you last hit the ball, and penalize yourself one stroke.
They would penalize you if they found the seal broken on the thermostatic control," said Margulies.
Observation: By adopting the use rule, the final regulations do not penalize taxpayers with dual consolidated losses--provided the losses are not used in a foreign jurisdiction.
Is it fair to penalize people who try to lead a healthy life, but have the misfortune to have a poor family history?
Traditional credit cards penalize customers for cash advances - even if those cash advances occur within a casino.