Synsets for "plundering"

Synset: plundering.n.01

Synonyms: plundering

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: the act of stealing valuable things from a place

Examples: the plundering of the Parthenon | his plundering of the great authors

Lemmas: plundering pillage pillaging

Hypernym: aggression

Hyponym: banditry depredation looting rape ravaging sack spoil

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Synset: loot.v.01

Synonyms: loot

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: take illegally; of intellectual property

Examples: This writer plundered from famous authors

Lemmas: loot plunder

Hypernym: steal

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Synset: sack.v.01

Synonyms: sack

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: plunder (a town) after capture

Examples: the barbarians sacked Rome

Lemmas: sack plunder

Hypernym: take

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Synset: plunder.v.03

Synonyms: plunder

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: steal goods; take as spoils

Examples: During the earthquake people looted the stores that were deserted by their owners

Lemmas: plunder despoil loot reave strip rifle ransack pillage foray

Hypernym: take

Hyponym: deplume

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Synset: rape.v.02

Synonyms: rape

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: destroy and strip of its possession

Examples: The soldiers raped the beautiful country

Lemmas: rape spoil despoil violate plunder

Hypernym: destroy

Hyponym:

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Synset: plundering.s.01

Synonyms: plundering

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: given to taking by force what is desired

Examples:

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People's Biodiversity festival Activists:Directory of biodiversity will lead to plundering of resources
Roger de Flor The Company avenged itself, plundering from Macedonia to Thrace.
Madja-as 1. Deities invoked before going to war, or before plundering expeditions
Massacres of Albanians in the Balkan Wars In Çaja and Matranxh, general plundering. About 600 animals were carried off.
Plundering Time The Plundering Time (1644–1646), also known as "Claiborne and Ingle's Rebellion", was a period of civil unrest and lawlessness in the American colonial Province of Maryland.
Dunmore Cave " 'Since Christ came to our relief, to the plundering of Dearc-Fearna.""
Lambert Hancart After the Battle of Gembloux (1578) he prevented the plundering of the town of Gembloux.
Viking Age In 1152, Eystein II of Norway led a plundering raid down the east coast of Britain.
Surendra Bhave The right-hander was particularly prolific against Saurashtra during his career, plundering them for 1471 at 91.93 with seven hundreds.
Abdul Bokar Kan In June 1864 the Moors and Booseya Fula collaborated in plundering trade barges that had become stranded near Saldé,
Michiel Sweerts Another allegorical composition is his (Private collection) in which Sweerts portrayed a soldier plundering a violin, paintings and sculpture.
Bekhud Badayuni "Sabr-o-Shakeeb ki Loot" (The Plundering of Patience and Forbearance) (1889) (صبر و شکيب کی لوٿ)
Daw's Castle There was a plundering raid in 987, and another in 997, with "much evil wrought in burning and manslaughter".
Northampton Sekhemka statue ICOM CIPEG also expressed concern that the sale might encourage illegal excavation and plundering of Ancient Egyptian antiquities.
Cave of the Minor Sanhedrin After the plundering, a Jewish woman purchased the site in order to preserve it due to its holiness.
Riot (Damages) Act 1886 The words "plundering, damage" in the penultimate place, and the words "and as if, in the case of such ship, boat, or cargo not being in any police district, such plundering, damage, or destruction took place in the nearest police district" at the end, were repealed by the same Schedule.
Guayadeque ravine The 19th century saw much devastation from grave plundering; many items found on the site found their way to the Canarian museum of Las Palmas, who bought them. Subsequently, le site was designated as a nature reserve to stop the plundering and other damages.
Glúniarann The "Annals of Ulster" mention Glúniarann for the first and only time in 895, describing him plundering Armagh with an army of Dubliners:
Mike D'Orso D'Orso, Michael (2002). "Plundering Paradise: The Hand of Man on the Galapagos Islands". New York: HarperCollins. IBN 0-06-019390-5
Oenomaus (rebel slave) Oenomaus fell in an early battle, possibly during the winter of 73–72 BC when the slave armies were plundering cities and towns in the south of Italy.