Thesaurus / pillage


What reliance could repose upon a house, divided against itself—not safe from the extravagance and pillage of its own members?BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. CCCXXXIX. JANUARY, 1844. VOL. LV.VARIOUS
Cuenca, Spain, taken by the French under Caulincourt, and given up to pillage.THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
So there was pillage and raiding across the Parrett, and at last Ina had sent messages to Gerent concerning it.A PRINCE OF CORNWALLCHARLES W. WHISTLER
He gave up the town to pillage and rapine, allowing the doing of such deeds as have consigned his name to well-merited infamy.ELSIE'S VACATION AND AFTER EVENTSMARTHA FINLEY
Never forget our rule: 'A true vagabond, twenty-four hours after a pillage, must have nothing left but his skin and his knife.'THE PILGRIM'S SHELL OR FERGAN THE QUARRYMANEUGNE SUE
Of the Crusaders who entered the Mosque of Omar for pillage, some waded in blood to their waists.THE PILGRIM'S SHELL OR FERGAN THE QUARRYMANEUGNE SUE
Even the King himself was not slow to pillage: he was discontented with the indemnity offered, and threatened to loot the city.FLORENCE AND NORTHERN TUSCANY WITH GENOAEDWARD HUTTON
There were incessant irruptions of different tribes passing from one country to another, in search of plunder and pillage.BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME VJOHN LORD
La ville fut mise au pillage par les soldatz du camp, qui se firent gentis compaignons.HISTORY OF THE RISE OF THE HUGUENOTSHENRY BAIRD
Christians and Mohammedans have fought for it; it has withstood sieges and bombardments, and known massacres and pillage.THE COMPLETE CLUB BOOK FOR WOMENCAROLINE FRENCH BENTON


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