Definitions

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  • n. spoliation

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  • n. Spoliation.

Etymologies

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Latin exspoliatio, from exspoliare to spoil, to plunder; ex out, from + spoliare. See spoliate.

Examples

  • How these movements will eventually express themselves none can foretell, but in the process there will be some who will dogmatically contend that "Whatever is, is right," and others who will march under the red flag of revenge and exspoliation.

    Modern American Prose Selections

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