Reave

A reave is a long and generally straight boundary wall made of stone that was built during the Bronze Age. Reaves were identified as prehistoric features on Dartmoor in Devon, England in 1972, and although they had been described by antiquarians in the 1820s, the knowledge of their origins had been lost, ignored and misrepresented for around 150 y...
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Reave

• (v. i.) To take away by violence or by stealth; to snatch away; to rob; to despoil; to bereave. [Archaic]
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Reave

Reave (rēv) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Reaved (rēvd), Reft (rĕft), or Raft (rȧft) (obs.); present participle & verbal noun Reaving .] [ Anglo-Saxon re√°fian , from r...
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reave

steal goods; take as spoils
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