Thesaurus / depredation

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As before, most of the depredation was by Chickamaugas and Creeks, with some stray Shawano from the north.

To deny his wealth was a terrible sacrifice of vanity—to admit it might be exposing himself to depredation.

There were at one time in London 200 “flash houses” frequented by 6000 boys trained and proficient in thieving and depredation.

He lives like the wolf, by depredation, but he is more strong and daring.

Buffon's Natural History. Volume VII (of 10)Georges Louis Leclerc de Buffon

There is something piteous in the futile efforts of reluctant lenders to save their property from depredation.

Americans and OthersAgnes Repplier

Yet they pay no attention that I could discern to the depredation.

Each year they kill many acres of forest, and almost every year some one depredation extends over several thousand acres.

If nobody remains in charge of this costly church during summer, I do not know how it is guarded from depredation.

The force thus put together was, however, calculated only for depredation, and never became equal to any essential service.

There were rumours of depredation made by our men among the beautiful flower beds in the Kongens Nytor.

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