- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of plunder.
“« Stargate Universe S01 E17/Box office update: 'Iron Man 2' plunges; 'Robin Hood' plunders $13 … »”
“The power punishes as enthusiastically, as it plunders the budget.”
“Disney plunders the fairytale books the single some-more time.”
“This is territory with greater scope for black comedy, which Hunt plunders to the full.”
“But I must also admit that a government that plunders well is also "good" for those who benefit from the plunder.”
“Pirate n.a. One who robs at sea or plunders the land from the sea without commission from a sovereign nation.”
“Obama said he wouldn't cut Medicare, in fact this plan plunders Medicare by half a trillion dollars and forces people off the plans they have-including millions of seniors.”
“The tragedy of this bill is that it plunders Medicare.”
“She plunders the cliffs and you toe through sprouts of grass and thickets growing like hair from the insides of the mountain.”
“CRAP HOUND plunders its graphics from hundreds of sources and then features them in gorgeous, endlessly fascinating mosaics and layouts.”
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