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Definitionto steal — often after conquering the location with the goods
the goods stolen
- The conquerors plundered the town and surrounding countryside.
plundered = stole goods
- The pirates plundered small towns on that part of the coast.
- The rulers have been plundering their country for decades.
- The chest was filled with plunder.
- What about all the crooks and thieves and just plain idiots who will come into power and steal and plunder the same as before—Lorraine Hansberry -- A Raisin in the Sun
- He has plundered our seas,Thomas Jefferson et al. -- The Declaration of Independence
- He walked out through the woods to where they'd left the cart. It was still lying there but it had been plundered.Cormac McCarthy -- The Road
- Dragons steal gold and jewels, you know, from men and elves and dwarves, wherever they can find them; and they guard their plunder as long as they liveJ.R.R. Tolkien -- The Hobbit
- At the age of two, he got up in the middle of the night, found his way outside without waking his parents, and entered a house down the street to plunder a neighbor's candy drawer.Jon Krakauer -- Into the Wild
- The skiff was half full of plunder which that gang had stole there on the wreck.Mark Twain -- The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
- I am done with the monster of "We," the word of serfdom, of plunder, of misery, falsehood and shame.Ayn Rand -- Anthem
- They'll dream about vicious children plundering the nest.David Almond -- Skellig
- This writer plundered from famous authors
- He was arrested for plundering.Kurt Vonnegut -- Slaughterhouse-Five
- He felt richer than Robinson Crusoe with all the plunder from that sunken ship.Elizabeth George Speare -- The Sign of the Beaver
- What! servants of thy own Merciful Son, who came to seek and save The homeless and the outcast, fettering down The tasked and plundered slave!Frederick Douglass -- The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
- Miss Stuart was in exile, from plundered Scotland still declining, three thousand miles away.Margaret Atwood -- Cat's Eye
- I may trow away the bag! for if there's plunder, 'twill not be the wife of sich as yerself that will be privileged to be getting the same.James Fenimore Cooper -- The Pioneers
- He glanced through it hurriedly, mumbling all the time, judged 'it would do,' and took himself off with this plunder.Joseph Conrad -- Heart of Darkness
- Once it's all outside, he and Turner will leave and the plundering will commence.Ron Suskind -- A Hope in the Unseen
plundered = stole goods from
plunder = steal goods
plundered = stolen from
plundered = stolen from (things of value had been stolen from the cart)
plunder = stolen goods
plunder = steal from
plunder = stolen goods
plunder = stealing
plundering = stealing from