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But the most valuable of the members of the band of friends of the Jameses are those who never go abroad to depredate.
LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF FRANK AND JESSE JAMESJ. A. DACUS
I have been told that superstitious thieves hang veils or kerchiefs before the picture in rooms where they depredate.
OVERLAND THROUGH ASIA; PICTURES OF SIBERIAN, CHINESE, AND TARTAR LIFETHOMAS WALLACE KNOX
Continuing, he charged the general with inciting his employés to depredate on the fences and fields.
DONAHOE'S MAGAZINE, VOLUME 15, NO. 2, FEBRUARY 1886VARIOUS
Chickens depredate warily about the doorsteps, and intent pigs emerge for plunder from the alleys.
LAST WORDSSTEPHEN CRANE
Col. Bush asked if this man Blackman, who took out a commission in order to depredate and plunder, is still living?
UNCLE DANIEL'S STORY OF "TOM" ANDERSONJOHN MCELROY
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO DEPREDATE

  • blackmail
  • bleed
  • bully
  • burden
  • consume
  • depredate
  • devour
  • distress
  • eat
  • exploit
  • feed on
  • fleece
  • haunt
  • hunt
  • intimidate
  • live off
  • load
  • oppress
  • plunder
  • raid
  • seize
  • take advantage of
  • tax
  • trouble
  • victimize
  • weigh
  • worry
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