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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!
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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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His career cleared the path for penetration of Islam in the northern Subcontinent but his persistent pillaging, and treatment of the people and their places of worship has left a lasting impression on the memory of the Indians that has forever poisoned the relations between the followers of two great religions in northern India.
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