- "To seize by or as if by authority OR to appropriate, by way of penalty, for public use.” From the Latin verb confiscare meaning “to deposit in a bank”, which itself comes from the Latin prefix con- or com- meaning “with, together” and the Latin noun fiscus meaning “wicker basket, money box, state treasury.” (All information is from www.wikipedia.org
– “The teacher confiscated the student’s iPhone when she saw him using it to text his friend answers to the test.”
GUESS THE APHORISM:
He who hesitates... (scroll for answer)
A: Is lost.