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noun. ['ˈplʌndɝ'] goods or money obtained illegally.
- dirty money
- stolen property
Rhymes with Plunder
Sentences with plunder
1. Verb, base form
They did not plunder or subjugate most of the peoples they encountered, although they were active slave traders.
2. Noun, singular or mass
The glamour of plunder and booty is just as irresistible to adults.
Quotes about plunder
1. It hardly matters why a library is destroyed: every banning, curtailment, shredding, plunder or loot gives rise (at least as a ghostly presence) to a louder, clearer, more durable library of the banned, looted, plundered, shredded or curtailed.
- Alberto Manguel, The Library at Night
verb. ['ˈplʌndɝ'] take illegally; of intellectual property.
verb. ['ˈplʌndɝ'] plunder (a town) after capture.
verb. ['ˈplʌndɝ'] destroy and strip of its possession.
verb. ['ˈplʌndɝ'] steal goods; take as spoils.