Definition of Despoiler. Meaning of Despoiler. Synonyms of Despoiler

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Definition of Despoiler

Despoiler
Despoiler De*spoil"er, n. One who despoils.

Meaning of Despoiler from wikipedia

- Looting refers to the act of stealing, or the taking of goods by force, in the midst of a military, political, or other social crisis, such as war, natural...
- Irish mythology Fodbgen or Odbgen (modern spelling: Foidhbhgen - "the despoiler") son of Sengann of the Fir Bolg became High King of Ireland when he overthrew...
- Horus who were renamed the Black Legion by their new leader, Abaddon the Despoiler. Besides Horus, two other Chaos Primarchs were believed to have been killed...
- guardian of the hearth, the avenger of its wrongs upon the defacer and the despoiler". Buddug has yet to be conclusively identified within the canon of medieval...
- (Supernatural), a powerful demon on the TV series Supernatural Abaddon the Despoiler, a character in the Games Workshop's 40k universe Matthew Abaddon, in...
- Review. 3 April 1923. Retrieved 2011-12-12. "Death Asked For Child's Despoiler at Corpus Christi". The Victoria Advocate. 23 May 1923. Retrieved 2011-12-12...
- destro****. The idea that mankind was endangering nature by recklessly despoiling and plundering its riches was unheard of at the time, but it is one that...
- marshal, Karaštu. He is titled as the conqueror of the Amorite lands, “despoiler of the K****ites,” in the Šittti-Marduk kudurru, despite the beneficiary...
- architect, Bernard Judge, to build his home and natural village there without despoiling the environment. An environmental laboratory protecting sea birds and...
- used in a negative fashion, implying that someone or something has been despoiled by commercial or monetary interests. Commercialism can also refer, positively...
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