Definitions of "pillage"
  1. The act of taking or stealing properties or assets typically during wartime circumstances
  2. The act of obtaining goods or valuables forcefully, often seen as spoils of war
How to use "pillage" in a sentence
  1. The invaders committed the crime of pillage, taking precious artifacts from the local museum.
  2. Historically, pillage was a common behavior among warring nations, leading to the loss of many cultural treasures.
  3. The international tribunal can prosecute individuals for the war crime of pillage.

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