ysbeilio, anrheithiasech, anrheithiech, anrheithia, anrheithia’, anrheithiaf, anrheithiai, anrheithiais, anrheithiaist, anrheithian, anrheithiant, anrheithiasai, anrheithiasant, hanrheithi, anrheithiasem, anrheithiasent, anrheithiasid, anrheithiasit, anrheithiasoch, anrheithiasom, anrheithiaswn, anrheithid, hanrheithiodd, anrheithied, anrheithiem, anrheithien, anrheithient, anrheithier, anrheithies, anrheithiest, anrheithiet, anrheithiff, anrheithio, anrheithioch, anrheithiych, anrheithiom, anrheithion, anrheithiont, anrheithir, anrheithith, anrheithiwch, anrheithiwn, anrheithiwyd, anrheithiwyf, hanrheithiasant, hanrheithiasech, hanrheithia, hanrheithia’, hanrheithiaf, hanrheithiai, hanrheithiais, hanrheithiaist, hanrheithian, hanrheithiant, hanrheithiasai, hanrheithiych, anrheithi, hanrheithiasem, hanrheithiasent, hanrheithiasid, hanrheithiasit, hanrheithiasoch, hanrheithiasom, hanrheithiaswn, hanrheithid, hanrheithiech, hanrheithied, hanrheithiem, hanrheithien, hanrheithient, hanrheithier, hanrheithies, hanrheithiest, hanrheithiet, hanrheithiff, hanrheithio, hanrheithioch, anrheithiodd, hanrheithiom, hanrheithion, hanrheithiont, hanrheithir, hanrheithith, hanrheithiwch, hanrheithiwn, hanrheithiwyd, hanrheithiwyf, hysbeiliasai, hysbeiliych, hysbeiliasech, hysbeilia, hysbeilia’, hysbeiliaf, hysbeiliai, hysbeiliais, hysbeiliaist, hysbeilian, hysbeiliant, hysbeiliwyf, hysbeiliasant, ysbeili, hysbeiliasem, hysbeiliasent, hysbeiliasid, hysbeiliasit, hysbeiliasoch, hysbeiliasom, hysbeiliaswn, hysbeilid, hysbeilioch, hysbeiliodd, hysbeiliem, hysbeilien, hysbeilient, hysbeilier, hysbeilies, hysbeiliest, hysbeiliet, hysbeiliff, hysbeilio, hysbeiliech, hysbeilied, hysbeiliom, hysbeilion, hysbeiliont, hysbeilir, hysbeilith, hysbeiliwch, hysbeiliwn, hysbeiliwyd, ysbeiliasant, ysbeiliasech, ysbeilia, ysbeilia’, ysbeiliaf, ysbeiliai, ysbeiliais, ysbeiliaist, ysbeilian, ysbeiliant, ysbeiliasai, ysbeiliych, hysbeili, ysbeiliasem, ysbeiliasent, ysbeiliasid, ysbeiliasit, ysbeiliasoch, ysbeiliasom, ysbeiliaswn, ysbeilid, ysbeiliodd, ysbeiliom, ysbeiliem, ysbeilien, ysbeilient, ysbeilier, ysbeilies, ysbeiliest, ysbeiliet, ysbeiliff, ysbeilioch, ysbeiliech, ysbeilied, ysbeilion, ysbeiliont, ysbeilir, ysbeilith, ysbeiliwch, ysbeiliwn, ysbeiliwyd, ysbeiliwyfysbeilio, anrheithioanrhaith, anrheithiau, hanrhaith, hanrheithiau
Noun(1) goods or money obtained illegally
Verb(1) take illegally; of intellectual property(2) plunder (a town(3) steal goods; take as spoils(4) destroy and strip of its possession
(1) the invaders were back and ready to plunder(2) He shows how desertions, profiteering, hoarding, and plunder were widespread.(3) we shall plunder related sciences to assist our research(4) Three weeks of rapine, slaughter and plunder were sufficient to anger the king and the emperor, who entered into negotiations with each other.(5) He is being investigated for allegations including perjury and plunder .(6) British firms were able to plunder raw materials and labour, make profitable investments and sell their products.(7) During the Victorian period, successive imperialist wars of plunder were eulogised by the military and political elite as a worthy social challenge and likened to a game played between great powers.(8) Lead by Sir Ensor, the clan has been ejected from their Scottish homelands and forced to plunder the villages on the moor to survive.(9) They are all local tribes people and former poachers - so no one knows better than them the motivation and methods of those who plunder the sanctuary for animals and plants.(10) the army sacked the city and carried off huge quantities of plunder(11) looters moved into the disaster area to plunder shops(12) When asked specifically about his songwriting inspiration, Partridge admits that as time goes by, it gets tougher to come up with new material to plunder .(13) After a time of plunder and raids, the Vikings began to settle in England and trade, eventually ruling the Danelaw from the late 9th century.(14) The thieves marched almost in step, pleased with their plunder , unhurried, as if in a pageant.(15) Sturdy and well-finished, these ships were able to sail great distances, not just for pillage and plunder but also to seek new territories, markets and economic gains for the homeland.(16) The next time you decide to plunder the good ideas - and stars - from someone else's movie, try not to add any lousy ideas of your own.
(1) to plunder :: i ysbeilio
2. booty ::
3. pillage ::
4. steal ::
5. sack ::
6. strip ::
7. loot ::
8. despoil ::
Different Formsplunder, plundered, plunderer, plunderers, plundering, plunders
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