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Sentence count:59Posted:2016-12-15Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: loopcacophonyacrophobiawholeclaustrophobicas a wholeassholewholesaleMeaning: n. 1. an ambiguity (especially one in the text of a law or contract) that makes it possible to evade a difficulty or obligation 2. a small hole in a fortified wall; for observation or discharging weapons. 
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1 Every law has a loophole.
2 A good lawyer can always find a loophole.
3 The loophole has allowed hundreds of drink-drivers to avoid prosecution.
4 There was, indeed, one possible loophole.
5 Many abusers have escaped through this loophole.
6 He pays very little tax because of some loophole in income tax legislation.
7 This legal loophole has proven lucrative for the farm giants.
8 This was too wide a loophole for the tax planners: no wonder inheritance tax is called a voluntary tax.
9 However, Romley left a loophole in the deal by not securing in writing the promise that Carey would resign.
10 There is no loophole to grant budget flexibility in case of an economic downturn.
11 Various ways of using this loophole are under current investigation.
12 Those people are not exploiting a loophole or grabbing at a large pot of gold.
13 This was a fluke, a one-time loophole that has been plugged.
14 And so, an Arizona-based company exploited that loophole, sending countless faxes to unsuspecting Californians.
15 Otherwise, an IPO would constitute a giant tax loophole.
16 It is estimated that 60,000 shops open every Sunday and trade by exploiting some loophole in the law to avoid prosecution.
17 People who don't want to pay tax will exploit any loophole.
18 He gave me a faintly hurt look then, smiled and said, you must leave me some loophole.
19 The council voted 5-2 to examine how Colorado and Oregon have handled the background check loophole.
20 Foods to boost your physique,[] your intelligence or your psyche are already taking advantage of this legal loophole.
21 They have urged the Government to tighten up the apparent loophole which allows motorists to speed.
22 The Home Office says the changes will close a loophole to organisations such as the Literal Democrats which appear designed to confuse.
23 A rational Congress would move quickly to close the gun show loophole.
24 Approximately one dozen employees took advantage of this remarkable tax loophole.
25 Many high-income people can reduce their income tax liabilities very substantially by availing themselves of this loophole.
26 A good first step would be to close the loophole in that conflict-of-interest clause.
27 They did so simply by reading the fine print and slithering through the loophole that yawned, obvious and inviting, therein.
28 If some material is lost already, that is all the more reason to stop a lapse becoming a loophole.
29 Forbes was protesting a Clinton administration effort to close a Medicare tax loophole that benefits thousands of business partnerships.
30 Should it find otherwise, Congress ought to act quickly to close an indefensible loophole in the law.
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