Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Plundering; pillaging.

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  • adjective By nature or otherwise characteristically tending to plundering.

Etymologies

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plunder +‎ -ous.

Examples

  • Rwanda has been playing all along this card of the victim and of genocide to divert international attention from its terrible enterprise in the Congo --- a plunderous venture that some social scientists have called “military entrepreneurship.”

    While Congo is being destroyed, America has other African fads

  • The Government at the centre and in Orissa, which are committed to serve the imperialists and their compradors, are giving full momentum to their plunderous invasion through their policies of globalisation.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • The Government at the centre and in Orissa, which are committed to serve the imperialists and their compradors, are giving full momentum to their plunderous invasion through their policies of globalisation.

    Vedanta University and its Real Aims - Criminal Mastermind Anil Agarwal's land grab scheme

  • Presently abandoning the comtemplation of Gonzaga he turned to his companions, and across to the listener floated a coarse and boasting tale of a plunderous warfare in Sicily ten years agone.

    Love-at-Arms

  • Like the rest of the thousands of victims of the fascist Arroyo regime, Boy Billianes 'death lies deep in the collective consciousness of the people and will inspire us to work even harder against all the plunderous activities of the regime and its imperialist master.

    Davao Today

  • Like the rest of the thousands of victims of the fascist Arroyo regime, Boy Billianes 'death lies deep in the collective consciousness of the people and will inspire us to work even harder against all the plunderous activities of the regime and its imperialist master.

    Davao Today

  • The latest fiscal report of the Arroyo government, like the denials of the abductors of Jun Lozada and the protectors of plunderous commissions, is another attempt to distort the truth.

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  • The latest fiscal report of the Arroyo government, like the denials of the abductors of Jun Lozada and the protectors of plunderous commissions, is another attempt to distort the truth.

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