- n goods or money obtained illegally
- v take illegally; of intellectual property
This writer plundered from famous authors
- v plunder (a town) after capture
- v steal goods; take as spoils
- v destroy and strip of its possession
- Photographer Jehad Nga gets a rare glimpse of the men who plunder the shipping lanes off the east coast of Africa.
- The vision may be the glory-driven daring of a Saddam Hussein, who foolishly tried to extend his rule by conquest and plunder, or the seize-the-day bravery of a Boris Yeltsin, who .
- Photographer James Nachtwey witnesses the fallout from years of war and plunder.
News & Articles
- ‘Vikings’ adds two more pillage people
History has added two more “Vikings” to its plunder-and-pillage series. Former “Law & Order” star Linus Roache and Alexander Ludwig — who appeared in “The Hunger Games” — are joining the cast of “Vikings,” which will begin shooting its second season this summer. Roache will play Ecbert, King of Wessex — who’s described...
June 12, 2013 - New York Post
- Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in FOXNews
I must announce that the Zionist regime (Israel), with a 60-year record of genocide, plunder, invasion and betrayal is about to die and will soon be erased from the geographical scene,Ahmadinejad said.
- Debbie Stabenow in KSTP.com
This fight won't be easy,Stabenow said, urging the public to pressure the GOP. "The President and his oil buddies have gotten used to the spoils of plunder, and they won't give up without a fight."
- President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo in Earthtimes (press release)
I hereby grant executive clemency to Joseph Ejercito Estrada, convicted by the Sandiganbayan of plunder and imposed a penalty of reclusion perpetua,Arroyo said in the order. "He is hereby restored to his civil and political rights."