The act of despoiling; a plundering; despoliation.(noun)
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Use "despoilment" in a sentence
"The EPA's most-wanted fugitive list is filled with people who smuggled ozone-depleters, dumped toxins into the water supply, and committed other criminal acts of despoilment (The EPA notes: "Do not attempt to apprehend any of these individuals")."
"How would he feel if Notre Dame invited him to be their commencement speaker, and his fellow Catholics began denouncing him as the most pro-whatever (torture, war, environmental despoilment) columnist in the history of Catholicism?"
" The creature kingdom was sure of their cause and resolute in their determination to become free from the despoilment by the beasts of theupright worms: their canine accomplices."