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spulzie

verb spul·zie \ˈspu̅e̅l(y)i\

Definition of spulzie

-ed/-ing/-s

chiefly Scottish

  1. :  plunder

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Origin and Etymology of spulzie

alteration (ʒ being taken as z) of earlier spulʒie, from Middle English (Scots) spulʒien, spolyen, from Middle French espoillier — more at spoil


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spulzie

noun spul·zie \"\

Definition of spulzie

plural

-s

  1. 1 chiefly Scottish :  an act or instance of unlawfully and violently dispossessing a person of his movables

  2. 2 chiefly Scottish :  spoil, booty

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Origin and Etymology of spulzie

alteration (ʒ being taken as z) of earlier spulʒie, from Middle English (Scots) spolʒei, from Middle French espoille, espuille — more at spoil


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