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plunder
used in The Aeneid

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

or:

the goods stolen
  • Thus, in battalia, march embodied ants, Fearful of winter, and of future wants, T' invade the corn, and to their cells convey The plunder'd forage of their yellow prey.
    Book 4 (58% in)
  • Allur'd with hope of plunder, and intent By force to rob, by fraud to circumvent, The brutal Cacus, as by chance they stray'd, Four oxen thence, and four fair kine convey'd; And, lest the printed footsteps might be seen, He dragg'd 'em backwards to his rocky den.
    Book 8 (27% in)
  • Our helms defend the young, disguise the gray: We live by plunder, and delight in prey.
    Book 9 (76% in)

There are no more uses of "plunder" in The Aeneid.

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