scot and lot


scot and lot

noun

Definition of SCOT AND LOT

1
:  a parish assessment formerly laid on subjects in Great Britain according to their ability to pay
2
:  obligations of all kinds taken as a whole

First Known Use of SCOT AND LOT

15th century

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