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plunder

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of plunder

  1. 1 valuables stolen or taken by force <the thieves were promptly arrested when they tried to sell their plunder> Synonyms booty, pillage, loot, spoil, swagRelated Words prize; catch, haul, take, treasure; pilferage; windfall

  2. 2 chiefly dialect  transportable items that one owns <with all of our plunder in the pickup, we headed for the state that bills itself as the Last Frontier> Synonyms belongings, chattels, duds, effects, gear, goods, holdings, movables (or moveables), paraphernalia, personal effects, personal property, personalty, possession [chiefly dialect], stuff, thingsRelated Words treasures, valuables; appointments, fixtures, furnishings; estate, property, tangibles; collateralNear Antonyms immovables, real estate




plunder

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of plunder

  1. to search through with the intent of committing robbery <the escaped convict plundered the house in search of valuables> Synonyms despoil, loot, maraud, pillage, ransack, sackRelated Words break in, burglarize, rip off, steal (from); comb, hunt, rake, rifle, rummage; harry, raid; ravish





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