pillage


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Synonyms for pillage

Synonyms for pillage

to rob of goods by force, especially in time of war

goods or property seized unlawfully, especially by a victor in wartime

Synonyms for pillage

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Sporting Hero Award winner Anthony Pillage with Ashley Wright of sponsor Decathlon, Roisin McCourt and JD
It wants to exploit its system of exploitation, of pillage, of hegemony through war,'' Chavez said.
as leverage for another desired stadium plan elsewhere, and whose fans booze, brawl, rape, pillage and have really bad breath.
Even more precisely, it gives an account of how a very young girl can survive--losing her home, losing her family, conditions of hunger, rape, pillage, exile, and the terrifying experience of being a stranger in an immense and completely alien country where the culture and language are all new and strange.
All I knew for sure was that collector demand for these objects created incentives for looters to pillage archaeological sites in Third World countries.
Seizing on the pillage of Alexander's library by fundamentalists as an enduringly symbolic attack on knowledge and wisdom.
It's a campaign of murder, rape, and pillage by Sudan's Arab rulers that has forced 700,000 black Sudanese to flee.
This is because, no matter what Larry Ellison and the Justice Department may say about Bill Gates, CEOs are not in a position to burn, pillage, maim and kill.
Some treasures hidden in vaults escaped the pillage only for a short time.
The ruins of Rome thus became more than just something to pillage.
They conquered the once Catholic North Africa by murder and pillage, not by missionary efforts.
The East Timorese suffered under an oppressive and brutal occupation and finally a major assault and pillage.
TOMMY STACK sent Fast And Furious across from Ireland to pillage the maiden, and the gelding ran out an easy winner under Jamie Spencer, also on the mark with Sand Hawk later on, to justify the expense of the trip-and owner Michael Begley's decision to join his horse on the away-day.
Bintley has chosen not to set his new ballet in the fifth century, since he links the extensive carnage and pillage of those medieval days with the two horrific world wars at the beginning of the last century, and the senseless slaughter and struggle for power and land that still goes on today.
Attacks and pillage against truck drivers and merchants have occurred frequently in Darien close to Colombia.