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plunder
used in Wuthering Heights

2 uses
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Definition
to steal — often after conquering the location with the goods

or:

the goods stolen
  • Cathy had been caught in the fact of plundering, or, at least, hunting out the nests of the grouse.
    Chapter 21 (16% in)
  • Never did any bird flying back to a plundered nest, which it had left brimful of chirping young ones, express more complete despair, in its anguished cries and flutterings, than she by her single 'Oh!' and the change that transfigured her late happy countenance.
    Chapter 21 (89% in)

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