Noun(1) goods or money obtained illegally(2) informal terms for money
Verb(1) take illegally; of intellectual property(2) steal goods; take as spoils
(1) Her story gets still worse, for after her abduction she was taken back to loot her own home village.(2) And though he quickly stole a fortune from his country's treasury, neither he nor his family had long to enjoy their loot .(3) In 808-809 the Khan's soldiers defeated the Byzantine army in the Struma valley, seizing immense loot and much gold.(4) During the early part of this century, American mobsters began buying up legitimate businesses in order to explain the origins of their ill-gotten loot .(5) This orgy of loot and arson was soon followed by more systematic ├ö├ç├┐residential cleansing├ö├ç├û.(6) Such feasts might take place at inauguration ceremonies such as dynastic weddings, or to accompany the distribution of loot or booty from raids or trading expeditions.(7) It was not as precious as silver was these days but it was nice loot for a pickpocket.(8) With a huge grin on his face, a bag full of loot and a silver revolver with five bullets and one empty slot he slowly walked down the street to the north on his way to his apartment.(9) the rooms were stuffed with the loot from Francis's expeditions into Italy(10) The security officers had apparently been watching her steal in the store and waited until she had got outside, thinking she had escaped with her loot , to accost her.(11) In previous centuries, conquerors were known to pillage, loot , rape and burn.(12) Mystery surrounds a valuable haul of stolen loot discovered by a dog walker.(13) ten thousand quid is a lot of loot(14) A spokesman said that nothing had been found so far to substantiate the allegations of Nazi loot being in the collection, and there was also an obligation on those who were making the claims to provide sufficient evidence in support of them.(15) That represents a great departure from being preoccupied with loot and spoils of war, and indeed all worldly gains.(16) He relates the story of a heist gone wrong as a gang begins to suspect each other after their loot is stolen.
(1) to loot :: kupora
1. booty ::
2. lolly ::
3. plunder ::
4. strip ::
Different Formsloot, looted, looter, looters, looting, loots
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