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- adjective which can be plundered,
- adjective which is
worthplundering, promising a rich prize
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I would assume anything easily plunderable would have been eaten within weeks, and anything not eaten would have rotted/dessicated to the point of not even stinking any more by the time the wave came down.
I touched briefly on American enterprise and the home; I offered them a world to loot and a whole plunderable universe beyond it, once Fowler Schocken's brave pioneers had opened the way for it; I gave them a picture of assembly-line planets owned and operated by our very selves, the enterprising American businessmen who had made civilization great.
One _bouche inutile_ bore a flag, a second carried a gun, and so forth, the only principle being to work as little as possible and to plunder all things plunderable.
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