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But immediately after making this pious pact they began to distribute among themselves the spoils of war.
THE JESUITS, 1534-1921THOMAS J. CAMPBELL
Mums says he spoils us, but I don't think he does, for he's very particular.
THE GIRLS AND IMARY LOUISA STEWART MOLESWORTH
Flushed with victory, and laden with spoils, Falstaff and his companions sat down on the grass to divide the latter.
She had outwitted him at the start and borne off the spoils, but he would wrest them from her, and tame her into the bargain.
THE FIFTH ACEDOUGLAS GRANT
After an absence of from four to six hours, he would return well-laden with the spoils of war.
This sort of rest only spoils digestion, and makes men feel slack and "limp."
This crypt is like a dreamland treasure-house filled with spoils of art and fancy.
I am almost ready to assert that it injures a critic as surely as it spoils a creative writer.
ADVENTURES IN CRITICISMSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
"Miss Carroll spoils it right in the middle of it," said the playwright wrathfully.
WHIRLIGIGSO. HENRY
The victors (if not every one of them, still collectively) claimed their spoils as in earlier wars.
WOMEN'S WILD OATSC. GASQUOINE HARTLEY

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