verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of loot1
Synonyms for loot
Related Words for lootspoils, booty, dough, burglarize, raid, pillage, rob, snatch, plunder, gut, grab, ransack, prize, money, make, seizure, haul, lift, take, squeeze
Examples from the Web for loot
Contemporary Examples of loot
Botala remembers that the rebels would pull into the island, loot what they could, and then take the haul back to Stanleyville.The Congo's Forgotten Colonial Getaway
December 18, 2014
Go and loot shops from business owners who were not part of the original problem whatsoever.Dinesh D’Souza: Ferguson Protesters Are Just Like ISIS
August 25, 2014
Sayyed, who never went to school, was one of the laborers hired by organized gangs to loot.
Then he pushed his loot outside and up the street towards his house.The Rot Among the Rebels in Ukraine
May 31, 2014
Their bosses make bank selling the loot to Americans online.
Historical Examples of loot
Some made a second trip to take up the loot they had gathered.
Its occupants were apprehensive, but hungry for the loot they had been assured was theirs.
There were too many other ships' companies clamoring for their turn to loot.
It would allow the fleet of Weald to loot and then betray Dara.
Men in plastic sag-suits roved about as individuals, seeking what they might loot.