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(1) There were no signs of violence or pillage.
(2) They brought back horrific accounts of murder and pillage.
(3) The invading troops were guilty of rape and pillage.
(4) Physical possession would be emotional pillage, her identity, free will and pride the spoils he claimed for himself.
(5) In those early years, pillage and embezzlement had already led to fearful disasters.
(6) Goblin wolf riders raid and pillage far afield, while outriders scour the surrounding countryside for any sign of enemy armies.
(7) Its aim is no longer to pillage the wild for man's use, but to protect what remains against domestication.
(8) To ransack or plunder; pillage.
(9) Eighteen shillings a month, together with diet and pillage.
(10) It was almost a pillage.
(11) The AI will no longer pillage Barbarian Cities.
(12) The rape and pillage of the east was a terrible crime.
(13) But now signs are emerging that the groups have begun to collude with each other to pillage the park's mineral wealth.
(14) Tribute formerly paid to freebooters along the scottish border for protection from pillage.
(15) To rebel, Mr. Fox (voiced by George Clooney) sets out to pillage the farms of three of the most dastardly growers in the land (Boggis, Bunce and Bean).
(16) The sense of wrongs, the injustices, the oppression, extortion, and pillage of twenty years suddenly and found voice in a raucous howl of execration. Sentencedict.com
(17) These bandits aren't after ransom, preferring to kill or maroon crews, pillage ships, and sell the cargo under false papers.
(18) We instinctually perceive them as dangerous outsiders, seeking to pillage our village and make off with our women and children! In modern society this simply isn't true.
(19) To enter by force in order to conquer or pillage.
(20) On Russia's Kamchatka peninsula, brown bears are starving as poachers pillage a wealth of salmon.
(21) If we pull legions from the west, the Goths will pillage us instead.
(22) He crept down the hill toward the quiet roadhouse, hands trembling, forming wild plans of stealing a meat pie from an unguarded windowsill , or slipping in a back door to pillage the kitchen.
(23) The transfer of power in 1947 was accompanied by slaughter and pillage of huge proportions.