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pillage

view main entry for pillageverb [intransitive/transitive]  /ˈpɪlɪdʒ/ 
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pillage

   noun [uncountable]
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pillager

noun [countable]
pillagerpillagers noun [countable]InflectionssingularpillagerpluralpillagersPeople who steal: thief, burglar, robber, mugger, pickpocket, crook, cat burglar, pirate, bandit, housebreaker

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