Thesaurus / plunder

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The British, however, settled for the capitulation of Alexandria, and made off with a trove of ships and other plunder as they sailed back down the Potomac.

That standard gothic story plot is about borders and border crossing, about the terrors of the other, about wealth and exploitation and plunder and shifting power dynamics.

The manner of this acquisition would be a topic of discussion in biblical interpretation for centuries, for fear that it looks like plunder.

The major part of the plunder and the carts were still where they had been drawn up.

Mr. Midshipman EasyCaptain Frederick Marryat

Our commerce has unquestionably been subject to great embarrassment, vexation, and plunder, from the belligerents of Europe.

He wanted "compensation" for not getting any plunder out of Holy Cross, so he robbed Mr. Ryan of seventy thousand dollars.

CurlyRoger Pocock

The men were too much taken up with the plunder to mind what I was about.

A Sea Queen's SailingCharles Whistler

Like their modern descendants, they lived by the plunder of their more peaceful neighbours.

Patriarchal PalestineArchibald Henry Sayce

The landlord and his daughter Giulia were old hands at their trade, and would probably share their guest's plunder.

A Bear, climbing over the fence into a place where Bees were kept, began to plunder the Hives, and rob them of their honey.

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