(USED WITH OBJECT) [PIL·LAGED, PIL·LAG·ING.]
to strip ruthlessly of money or goods by open violence, as in war; plunder: The barbarians pillaged every conquered city.
(USED WITHOUT OBJECT) [PIL·LAGED, PIL·LAG·ING.]
to rob with open violence; take booty: Soldiers roamed the countryside, pillaging and killing.
the act of plundering, especially in war.
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Define pillage: the act of looting or plundering especially in war—usage,
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v. pil·laged, pil·lag·ing, pil·lag·es. v.tr. 1. To rob of goods by force, especially in
time of war; plunder. 2. To take as spoils. v.intr. To take spoils by force. n. 1.
From Old French pillage, from piller (“plunder”), from an unattested meaning of
Late Latin piliō, probably a figurative use of Latin pilō (“I remove (hair)”), from ...
pillage. See definition in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Line breaks: pil|
... using violence, especially in wartime: the abbey was plundered and pillaged.