loot[ loot ]SEE DEFINITION OF loot
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOOT
Some made a second trip to take up the loot they had gathered.
Its occupants were apprehensive, but hungry for the loot they had been assured was theirs.
There were too many other ships' companies clamoring for their turn to loot.
It would allow the fleet of Weald to loot and then betray Dara.
Men in plastic sag-suits roved about as individuals, seeking what they might loot.
Far less, naturally, than Barter had made by selling his loot.
They left their camping-ground and took themselves off to attack the homesteads and loot.
If I go, I shall only have to come down again when they loot the house.
You and I shall share the loot of that ship outside, and Tuan Lingard will not know.
He thinks that if they loot the schooner they will be off at once.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR LOOT
- carry off
- hold for ransom
- hold up
- make off with
- rip off
- run off with
- spirit away
- stick up
- take possession of
- walk off with