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pillage

To raid something or some place for food. I'm used to the two teenagers pillaging the cupboards when they come home from school. Come on, let's go pillage the fridge—I'm sure we can find something to eat!

pillage

tv. to eat a meal, perhaps by raiding a refrigerator. (Perhaps voraciously.) Let’s go pillage Tom’s fridge. I’m hungarian.
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Pauline, however, also buys love medicine from Moses Pillager and has Sophie put it in Eli's food.
Tracks, set between 1912 and 1924, celebrates the life of the half-blood Fleur Pillager, a powerful yet destructive woman with magical powers, who is an ancestor of characters in Love Medicine.
And nefver mind of the late Lee Kuan Yew, founding father and PM of Singapore, described Marcos Sr as a "pillager" in his memoirs.
DON UNDERWOOD LIVES in Pillager, Minn., and one of the problems he faces, just like most waterfowlers, are continual changes in hunting conditions.
As this scholarly and witty author points out, 'A Viking is a pirate, a raider and a pillager.' This clearly written and attractively produced book provides a comprehensive overview of the Viking life style.
Harris says Magnum Research's manufacturing operations will continue at its Pillager, Minnesota, plant.
(22.) In fact, the population increased from about 800 in 1875 to over 1,400 a year later, as the Pembina and Otter Tail Pillager bands joined the Mississippi Band already at White Earth.
Fans of Erdrich will welcome old friends such as Gerry Nan a push, Margaret Kashpaw, and Fleur Pillager, while newcomers will find these stories a warm and hospitable place to start.
Each and every one is either a bloodthirsty mindless killer and pillager or a childlike noble savage and feeble victim.
REGULAR pillager of Ayr prizes Bill Watts heads back to Richmond with more booty after his Clanrallier cruises to an impressive victory in the Heads of Ayr Stakes under Eddie Hide.
And yet, the book rises above these and other lapses, thanks to the aforementioned women and the bravura set pieces that Erdrich handles with ever-increasing mastery: notably the elder Nanapush's epic tale of the 1912 epidemic that all but destroyed his people and Pauline Puyat's decidedly nonobjective account of Fleur Pillager's many "miraculous" escapes from danger.
With the rise of "the happy pillager," Pat Buchanan, in the early primaries, and with slowing growth and the continuing toll of workers fired by C.E.O.s whom Newsweek calls "corporate killers," this economy's dirty little secret--that wages are declining and insecurity rising even as corporate profits hit record levels--has finally been dragged onto the center stage of American politics.
Their story makes no sense, however, without the relations of Zelda Kashpaw, Xavier Toose, and Fleur Pillager. These beings are linked within ever more complex patterns of existence with the pipe, "Resounding Sky"; Matchimanito Lake, "a spirit place, good if you are good and bad if you have done bad things"; and the "wings of butterflies."
"The Columbus of today" - the liar, pillager and murderer of revisionist histories "also an ideological creation.