spoil (v.) Old form(s): spoil'd, spoyle
plunder, pillage, sack
2H6 IV.iv.53[Second Messenger to all, of the rebels] they jointly swear / To spoil the city and your royal court
AC III.vi.25[Caesar to all, of Antony] having in Sicily / Sextus Pompeius spoiled
E3 I.i.128[Montague to King Edward] Newcastle [is] spoiled and lost
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