adjective. ['ˈplʌndɝd'] wrongfully emptied or stripped of anything of value.
1. Verb, past participle While most of the treasure from shipwrecks has long been plundered, there are still golden opportunities to have fun on this 71-acre barrier island. 2. Verb, past tense And though crab is processed in many ways, there are always those leftover legs, ready to be smashed apart and plundered for their hidden treasures.