Definition of 'daylight robbery'
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So why are so many outwardly respectable people getting away with daylight robbery? Times, Sunday Times (2009)One daylight robbery per lifetime is enough for any man. The Sun (2011)It is little more than daylight robbery. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And that sounds suspiciously like daylight robbery to us. The Sun (2011)They caught some MPs engaged in daylight robbery. The Sun (2012)The size of the slice the Government already takes in fuel duty amounts to daylight robbery. The Sun (2011)That way the only daylight robbery you are likely to encounter will be the rip-off cafés. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A four per cent rise in council tax is daylight robbery. The Sun (2008)Although this may seem like daylight robbery, these companies work within the law and in no time your loan can spiral out of control. The Sun (2012)
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Used Rarely. daylight robbery is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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