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loot

1. n. stolen goods; stolen money. Where’s the loot? I want my piece.
2. n. money in general. It takes too much loot to eat at that restaurant.
References in classic literature ?
The little, grim, gray, old man of Torn nursed the spleen he did not dare vent openly, and cursed the chance that had sent Henry de Montfort to Torn to search for his sister; while the followers of the outlaw swore quietly over the vagary which had brought them on this long ride without either fighting or loot.
But yet, with the persistent avariciousness of the white man, the Arabs clung to their loot, and when morning came forced the demoralized Manyuema to take up their burdens of death and stagger on into the jungle.
If you will be one of us this night, we will swear to you upon the naked knife, and by the threefold oath which no Sikh was ever known to break, that you shall have your fair share of the loot.
I should like to know how many fellows in my shoes would have refused a share of this loot when they knew that they would have their throats cut for their pains.
We agreed to conceal our loot in a safe place until the country should be at peace again, and then to divide it equally among ourselves.
Yes," he continued, "this is loot, and the wrong 'un will out.
A trooper saluted him some yards further on, and looked evilly at us as we followed with our loot.
An Outpost of Progress" is the lightest part of the loot I carried off from Central Africa, the main portion being of course "The Heart of Darkness.
The Avengers twice opened 13-point leads at 20-7 and 27-14, but each time Loots brought Buffalo back.
RGC's Tiaan Loots, pictured in action against Swansea, has been relishing the chance to work with coaches such as Chris Horsman and Phil Davies