Textual thesaurus for "plunder"

(noun) swag, pillage, prize, booty, loot, dirty money

goods or money obtained illegally

(verb) despoil, spoil, rape, violate

destroy and strip of its possession

The soldiers raped the beautiful country

(verb) rifle, ransack, reave, pillage, despoil, foray, loot, strip

steal goods; take as spoils

During the earthquake people looted the stores that were deserted by their owners

(verb) sack

plunder (a town) after capture

the barbarians sacked Rome

(verb) loot

take illegally; of intellectual property

This writer plundered from famous authors