Origin of loot1
OTHER WORDS FROM lootlooter, noun
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How to use loot in a sentence
Yes, the industry is being smothered with big-budget “live service” games that offer endless loot, and many of these games struggle.‘Godfall’ impressions: A solid, sometimes boring adventure|Gene Park|November 11, 2020|Washington Post
Greece claims they were looted from the Parthenon by a nefarious British Indiana Jones character in the early 1800s.
The route taken by the stolen art objects is now well documented: the German forces looted about thirty-eight thousand apartments.
Edmond began the inventory of looted objects after the liberation and before Paul returned to France.
The troops looted equipment and generally trashed the place.Obama’s ‘Yemen Model’ for the War on ISIS Is a Wreck|Shuaib Almosawa|September 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
On the same block, Northland Chop Suey, a Chinese restaurant, has been looted at least two times.Ferguson's Other Race Problem: Riots Damaged Asian-Owned Stores|Tim Mak|August 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Moros possessed a large number of Remington rifles, looted from the Spaniards, on whom they had often made surprise raids.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
The Germans looted the place and smashed the mirrors over the mantelpiece, whilst there is a bullet hole through the door.
I have some looted straw on the clay, and here I sit and shiver, with my greatcoat and a blanket and mud up to my eyes.
Long ere this he would have looted the treasure chests and swept her up on his racing elephant had he dared.The Adventures of Kathlyn|Harold MacGrath
The buzz of the communication screen—one of the few things in the room that hadn't been looted somewhere—interrupted him.Space Viking|Henry Beam Piper