In a live TV interview the prime minister called the demonstrators “çapulcu,” which means “looter” or “marauder” in Turkish.
The looter goes in for himself alone without considerin' his organization or his city.
Dworn didn't linger to learn its reaction at spying a looter.
His punishment for entertaining a looter's idea would be work when he wanted to loaf and enjoy himself.
It's barely possible some looter may be prowling in the house.
A strong military line was then drawn around the district, and this last resource of the looter came to an end.
During the Civil War the word acquired the special meaning of looter.
Money, esp a large amount of money: Rich planters would come and spend some awful large amounts of loot/ There's a lot of loot there, kiddo (1930+ Jazz musicians)
A lieutenant; lieut (1898+)