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Definition of "pillaged" [pillaged]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of pillage. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "pillaged" in a sentence
  • "It was said that the ship contained great wealth that had been pillaged along the coast of India, and the best that they had pillaged from the Chinese."
  • "Thus did they establish their factory in the port of Firando, where they have maintained themselves to this very day, taking the silks that they have pillaged from the Chinese, and certain cloth stuffs from Europa, and buying food and supplies for their forces in the Malucas and other islands of those regions."
  • "Accident, by throwing into my hands this last letter to the uncle whose goodness you have most unwarrantably and unfeelingly abused, has given birth to an investigation, by which I have arrived at the discovery of the long course of rapacity by which you have pillaged from the same source."
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