Loot – meaning of the word and examples

Goods usually of considerable value taken in war. Spoils. (Merriam – Webster)

Something held to resemble goods of value seized in war. (Merriam – Webster)

(Usually of large numbers of people during a violent event) to steal from shops and houses. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To steal something from a place or person. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Private property taken from an enemy in war. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Stolen money or valuables. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Examples

Loot a Burning House.
http://changingminds.org/disciplines/warfare/36_strategems/36_stratagems_5.htm

Pants Up, Don’t Loot: Controversial Billboard Mocking Ferguson Protesters Is Successfully Crowdfunded.

https://news.vice.com/en_us/article/bja4p4/pants-up-dont-loot-controversial-billboard-mocking-ferguson-protesters-is-successfully-crowdfunded

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