Brokage

Bro´kage


n.1.See Brokerage.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Industry expert Danny Sarch of Leitner Sarch Consultants in White Plains, New York, says that brokage firms that aren't part of the protocol can really "take offense" when advisors leave.
their brokage. These are the leeches that have sucked the
I eat my Venison With my neighbours in the Countrie, and present not My phesants, partridges, and growse to the userer, Nor ever yet paid brokage to his scrivener.
Poor POET-APE, that would be thought our chief, Whose works are e'en the frippery of wit, From brokage is become so bold a thief, As we, the robb'd, leave rage, and pity it.
A botcher, and no better at the first, Who, by base brokage getting some small stock, Crept into service of a nobleman, And by his servile flattery and fawning Is now become the steward of his house, And bravely jets it in his silken gown.