The act or an instance of unlawfully taking the property of another by the use of violence or intimidation.
To commit ravages
The definition of loot is stolen money or goods.
To deprive of something valuable, especially by force; rob:
To pull at (the strings of a musical instrument) and release quickly with little jerking movements of the fingers
To seize and bear away by force; to snatch away; to carry off.
(Intransitive, obsolete) To engage in robbery; to plunder.
To rob, plunder, or pillage.
(Archaic) To seize and carry away by force.
The act of plundering
To conduct a raid or participate in one.
To rob (a town, for example) of goods or valuables, especially after capture.
(Baseball) To steal or attempt to steal a base
(Australian) To travel about with a pack or swag.
The act of giving:
To communicate, convey, or offer for conveyance:
To greet, welcome, or be visited by:
(Rare) To plunder
To cause havoc.
To go through (a place) stealing valuables and causing disarray; pillage:
To clear of a natural covering or growth; make bare:
Harrow is defined as to draw a tool over soil to break up dirt or weeds, or to bother, harass or stress.
To overindulge so as to cause to demand or expect too much
Something offered or won as an award for superiority or victory, as in a contest or competition.
To rob of goods by force, especially in time of war
To commit a sexual assault on; often, specif., to rape (a woman)
To make a foray (into enemy territory, an unfamiliar situation, etc.)
To destroy a whole collection of related ideas, beliefs, and strongly held opinions.
To shear the fleece from.
To get by foraging
To inform against:
Pilfer is defined as to steal a small item.
To publish, reproduce, or make use of without authorization (a literary work, musical recording, film, etc.), esp. in violation of a copyright
Find another word for plunder. In this page you can discover 49 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for plunder, like: robbery, maraud, ravage, loot, despoil, pluck, rifle, spoliate, booty, reave and plunderage.