Despoil

• (n.) Spoil. • (v. t.) To deprive for spoil; to plunder; to rob; to pillage; to strip; to divest; -- usually followed by of. • (v. t.) To strip, as of clothing; to divest or unclothe.
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Despoil

De·spoil' noun Spoil. [ Obsolete] Wolsey.
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Despoil

De·spoil' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Despoiled ; present participle & verbal noun Despoiling .] [ Old French despoiller , French dépouiller , Latin despoliare , despoliatum ; de- ...
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despoil

1. To strip, as of clothing; to divest or unclothe. ... 2. To deprive for spoil; to plunder; to rob; to pillage; to strip; to divest; usually followed by of. 'The clothed earth is then bare, Despoiled is the summer fair.' (Gower) 'A law which restored to them an immense domain of which they had been despoiled.' (Macaulay) 'Despoiled of innocence, o...
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despoil

destroy and strip of its possession
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despoil

destroy and strip of its possession
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