To pillage, take or destroy all the goods of, by force (as in war); to raid, sack. (verb)
To take by force or wrongfully; to commit robbery or looting, to raid. (verb)
To make extensive (over)use of, as if by plundering; to use or use up wrongfully. (verb)
An instance of plundering (noun)
The loot attained by plundering (noun)
baggage; luggage (noun)
Examples of word plunder
"At my time of life, food and clothing be all that is needed; and I have little occasion for what you call plunder, unless it may be, now and then, to barter for a horn of powder, or a bar of lead."
But how much loot will modern-day Willie Suttons really be able to plunder from the cloud?
Overwhelming centralized force/power first evolves as a mechanism for plunder, is forced to expand as a mechanism for security and protection, then evolves as a force for domestic order and even justice -- something which in times becomes of interest to the powers that be.
Social-Democratic party of continental Europe, preaching discontent and class hatred, assailing law, property, and personal rights, and insinuating confiscation and plunder, is here.
Under statist distribution, everyone earns in proportion to the amount he can plunder from the producers.