bezzle
 n.— «At any given time there exists an inventory of undiscovered embezzlement in—or more precisely not in—the country’s businesses and banks. This inventory—it should perhaps be called the bezzle—amounts at any moment to millions of dollars.» —by John Kenneth Galbraith The Great Crash 1929 Apr. 30, 1997. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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