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despoiled

adjective as in raped

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adjective as in ruined

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Eco-sceptic Brits weary of seeing their green and pleasant land despoiled with wind turbines, nodded their heads in agreement.

Afghans have also been their own worst enemies, standing by as their friends and relatives despoiled the public realm.

My poor son would have been despoiled and wronged like the king, my husband, and I should have been the cause of it.

But the room was empty save for the despoiled carcass, and there was no sign of the aliens who had been sent out to scout.

The riot ended only when the captain had been despoiled of the peppermints he had provided for such contingencies.

But while he despoiled the Saxon prelates, he would suffer no royal spoliation of the Norman bishops.

Multitudes were despoiled of their goods, hundreds lost their lives at the hands of their cruel guests.

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On this page you'll find 78 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to despoiled, such as: bare, barren, blank, deserted, desolate, and devoid.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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