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  • n. Plural form of plunderer.

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Examples

  • Italy; yet by their gray eyes and the largeness of their stature, they were conjectured to be some of the German races dwelling by the northern sea; besides that, the Germans call plunderers

    The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans

  • This reinforcement recalled the plunderers to their duty, and the Tatars were driven back to the Khan's palace, whence, after an hour's defence, they were forced to retreat.

    A Book of Golden Deeds

  • This reinforcement recalled the plunderers to their duty, and the

    A Book of Golden Deeds

  • They have been called plunderers, robbers and marauders; yet, no matter how unwilling we may be to admit it, the positive fact remains, that THEY STOLE BUT FEW VALUABLES; THAT THEY DESTROYED,

    Ridgeway An Historical Romance of the Fenian Invasion of Canada

  • The "plunderers," if such they may be called, were not the fiery South Carolinians who, under Kershaw, had so fearlessly and fiercely stormed and carried the Union breastworks at dawn.

    Reminiscences of the Civil War

  • Shasu, "plunderers," their king or chief Hyk, and hence the name of those invaders who conquered the native kings and established

    Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • They had at their disposal a large body of "plunderers," or Beduin from the eastern desert, and Rib-Hadad accuses them of forming secret alliances with the kings of Babylonia, of Mitanni and of the Hittites.

    Patriarchal Palestine

  • ( 'plunderers'), the government ( 'totalitarian') or individual politicians ( 'liars').

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  • TJ and Gallatin hated the navy and wanted to put it in storage (and TJ even joking that it would be destroyed by their "plunderers"]

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  • Not every large corporation is irresponsible, of course, but plunderers that get away with it gain a competitive advantage over the more responsible, and thereby lead a race to the bottom.

    Robert Reich: Halliburton and the Upcoming Election

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