(1) To screw someone over; scam.
(2) To inflict severe injury upon someone as leverage to facilitate the extortion of money.
"Shamrock" is most frequently encountered in the passive, as in, "you have been shamrocked." (Origin: Shamrock Towing, a notoriously unethical business in the greater Columbus, Ohio area, ca. 1957)
(1) After paying $115 for the predatory towing of his car, Willis figured out he'd been shamrocked and called an attorney.
(2) "You didn't pay Vinnie your protection this month?! Buddy, you are sooo shamrocked!"
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