from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Spoil; plunder; robbery.
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Spoil; booty; plunder, especially plunder from robbery.
- noun The act of practise of robbery;
- noun The act of carrying off,
abducting, or devouring (another).
- noun Scotland
Rapacity; greedy desire for plunder.
- noun Scotland A
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