Definition of "disgorge"
  1. To surrender or yield something, usually profits, as a result of a legal request, demand, or court order, particularly in cases of fraudulent or illegal activities
How to use "disgorge" in a sentence
  1. The company was ordered by the court to disgorge its profits from the illegal dealings.
  2. The businessman had to disgorge the ill-gotten gains from his fraudulent scheme.
  3. Upon discovering the theft, the court ordered the thief to disgorge the stolen funds.

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